|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
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|Rights Holder||SR Communications DBA, Eden, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
Page 18 The Ogden Valley News Volume I, Issue IX June 1999 Classifieds -Help WantedHelp Wanted: Recruiting headhunter wanted, 2+ years. Join our team, learn our nationwide industry. Earn up to $170K. Send resume & salary history to: HEADHUNTER, PO BOX 1033, EDEN UT 84310. -For SaleFor Sale: Beard Off-Road Seat. Excellent Condition. $100 745-2879. For Sale: 1997 Kubota Tractor model B2400, w/loader. Like new; $13,900. Call 745-2688. -ServicesTractor Service - yard leveling and miscellaneous tractor services. $35.00 per hour. Call Jeff at 745-6228 or 7919178. Julie’s Animal Sitting – Your home or mine. Cows, horses, goats, pigs, dogs, cats & caged small animals. Very personal service for very reasonable prices. Call 745-3327. Tired of Mowing your lawn? Call Dave, 745-1932. We mow, trim and blow. We charge $15 to $30 for most jobs, depending on size. -Companion AnimalManx Cat Rescue – Cats of all breeds for adoption. Specializing in Manx cats. No breeding animals. Call Diane Bedard at 745-2780. -WantedWanted: The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is collecting supplies needed in the event of a community emergency. The local CERT Program is sponsored by Weber County. If you would be able to donate any of the following supplies, please contact Linda Spencer, office manager for the Weber County Commission Office, at 399-8417 or 7435-0805. Blankets or sheets Fire Extinguishers Generators Medical Supplies Tarps Backpacks Flashlights and Batteries -FoundDog Found: A Brittany Spaniel mix dog has been found. She has white fur with reddish-brown spots. She had a new purple collar on but no tags. Loves kids. Weighs about 30 lbs. Call 745-1309. HUNTSVILLE’S 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION Huntsville will be holding its 4th of July Celebration on Saturday, July 3rd. The celebration will begin with the usual “rousing of the citizens” by having sirens go off around the town at 6:00 a.m. A good breakfast of ham and eggs and pancakes will be served in the park at 7:00 a.m. A mini-marathon (7 mile, 3.2 mile and 1 mile) will begin in the park at 7:00 a.m. You can register the day of the race starting at 6:00 a.m., or you can pre-register by contacting Fritz Froerer at 745-3917. This year, a mountain bike race is being added to the agenda. The course will consist of 10 miles of paved and dirt roads, and will be suitable for both the novice and the experienced biker. Willow Butters, at 745-2294, is the person to contact for more information on the bike race. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. The theme of the parade is “75 years of Huntsville,” in honor of Huntsville’s 75th anniversary of incorporation as a township. Parade entries are welcome. You can register your entry by contacting Vickie Rallison at 7453430. This year the parade will be highlighted by an Air Combat command flyover sponsored by Hill AFB. The military jet flyover is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. Huntsville’s 4th of July Celebration is an all-day, fun filled event. Its smalltown, homespun atmosphere attracts people from as far away as Salt Lake City. The day is filled with events. Food and game booths will be open in the park all day. Private vendors (other than food and drink vendors) are welcome to set up their own booths for a $50.00 booth fee. Sandy Hunter, 7452318, or Jennifer Georgi, 745-2335, can be contacted to register booth space. Exclusive Huntsville Town Tshirts will also be available. The annual Patriotic Program, at 10:30 a.m., is featuring a male singing quartet and a prominent speaker. An auction will be held in the park at 11:00 to help raise money for improvements to the park. A “mutton-bustin’” junior rodeo will begin at 2:00 p.m., followed by a pet show at 4:00, and a melodrama, “Virtue Is Her Own Reward,” beginning at 6:00 p.m. For your evening meal, Dutch-oven dinners will be available in the park from 5:00 p.m. until they sell out. You will be able to reserve your Dutch-oven dinner by purchasing a ticket in advance during the day. Music played by DJ Justin Chatterton will begin at 7:30, and will continue until the fireworks display at 10:00 p.m. WANTED.... —VOLUNTEERS to help man the Town Booths during Huntsville’s 4th of July Celebration which will be held on Saturday, July 3rd. A list of volunteers who will work one to two hour shifts at the snow cone booth, cotton candy booth, bake sale booth, etc. is being compiled. Huntsville has a tradition of putting on a 4th of July Celebration that is enjoyed by one and all. Each year our celebration grows just a little bigger, attracting more people who want to join us to have a happy, fun-filled day. With the popularity of our celebration comes a great need for volunteers. As the saying goes, “Many hands make light the work.” Let’s not let the burden be on only a few. If you would like to donate just an hour or two of your time to help Huntsville’s 4th of July Celebration, contact Jennifer Georgi at 745-2335 or Sandy Hunter at 7452318. —DONATIONS needed for the auction, which will be held during this year’s 4th of July Celebration in Huntsville. If you have something you would like to donate please contact Sandy Hunter, 745-2318; Jim May, 745-2322; or Bryant McKay, 7452343. This year’s proceeds from the 4th of July Celebration will be used to complete the boweries, supplying them with electricity, electrical fixtures, ceilings, and new picnic tables.