Volume VI, Issue V THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 5 June 15, 2002 Pet Show Winners @ Your Library Be Kind to Animals Week was celebrated at the Ogden Valley Branch Library with a Pet Show. Judging was Cheyenne, owned by Stephanie and Sierra Bruggink tional coloring books from the Weber County Human Society. Nanci Byers, many more animals of all kinds participating. Nanci Byers and Etta Baker judging Shaylea Anderson’s cat, Miles. Smallest and Most Beautiful Cat: Miles, owned by Shaylea Anderson Caprice and Renee Anderson and their dog, Shelby. provided courtesy of Veterinarian Etta Baker of Valley Veterinary Clinic. Prizes were awarded to all animal participants in multiple categories: Best Haircut and Best Manners: Honey Bun the rabbit, owned by Heather Powell Smallest Pet and Best Trick: Chuck the hamster, owned by Shannon Fallon. Smallest and Most Beautiful Dog: Shelby, owned by Tiana Anderson Etta Baker carefully examined each contestant, and discussed with the owners how to care for their animals. Etta made the Pet Show an educational experience for everyone present. In addition, all present received educa- Best Manners and Best Dressed Dog: Ginger, owned by Stephanie and Sierra Bruggink Best Trick and Wildest Dog: deborah hegg Associate Broker - “CRS” 801-745-1538 See the Valley’s homes at www.deborahhegg.com Celebrating 30 years of listing and selling homes. Thank you for your support & my success! ADJACENT TO VALLEY MARKET Help Control Dyers Woad Now! 1. Pull it, 2. Spray it, 3. Cut it, 4. But, PLEASE, don't let it continue to spread! Why? 1. It's an invader, not native. 2. You have neighbors and friends. 3. We all have landscapes. 4. The Valley is beautiful with its natural flora. 5. Dyers Woad is one of Utah's most wanted noxious weeds. 6. It's unlawful to allow it to grow out of control. Without your help, it will continue to spread… 1. Each flower produces 100's of seeds. 2. The tap root robs the soil of water and nutrients, and sends natural flora and your landscape - into submission. 3. Once the seeds have turned brown to black, they are ripe and ready to fall or blow into the wind to another location. 4. See these links for more information: a. http://utahweeds.tripod.com/woad.html b. http://www.rules.state.ut.us/publicat/code/r068/r068-009.htm c. http://www.lnt.org/Newsletter/Weeds.html Shannon Fallon and her hamster, Chuck. Children’s Librarian at the library, said she would like to have another Pet Show at the library at a later date, with Shaylea Anderson and her cat, Miles. 2ND ANNUAL SOAP BOX DERBY JUNE 16, 2002 10:00 AM Open to ages 7 to 12 years Cars must meet certain requirements. If you would like to volunteer or need more information, call Jim Truett at 745-1280.