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November 15 02.qxd 12/7/2021 2:57 PM Page 2 THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 2 Volume VII Issue III November 15, 2002 Letters to the Editor The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Staff: Shanna Francis Tel: 745-2688 Fax: 745-0062 Cell: 791-4387 E-Mail: email@example.com Jeannie Wendell Tel: 745-2879 Fax: 745-2879 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Opinions expressed by advertisers, columnists or letters to the editor are not necessarily the opinions of the owners and staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS. Guidelines for Letters to the Editor Letters should be 300 words or less. Letters must be signed and the address of the writer submitted. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS reserves the right to edit or decline printing of any submissions. Announcements Sought As a community service, The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS will print local birth, wedding, obituary, anniversary and missionary farewell & homecoming and Eagle Scout announcements free of charge. We invite residents to send their announcements to: The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS PO BOX 130 EDEN UT 84310 If you would like your submitted items returned, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS, while respecting all property received, will take no responsibility for lost or misplaced items. Please remember to keep a copy for yourself. Eden Resident Says Thank You Snowcrest Officers Say Thank You Plaintiffs Are Not “Gadflies” To whoever you are who grooms the Eden Park Arena: there have been times that I’ve felt bad about putting hoof prints in the freshly leveled sand. (But I did and loved it!) To those who hang the American flag at their homes and driveways: it does my heart good. To those who take the time to pick up garbage along the roadside: you make me want to do better. To whoever it was who has gathered my horses, put them back in the corral, and closed the gate that was somehow left open. To all of you, “Thanks” for your willingness to help and make my world a better place. Sincerely, We the 7th grade class officers and the Student Body Officers of Snowcrest Junior High School would like to give a very heartfelt “Thank You” to the Ogden Valley News. You helped us “Make a Difference!” Due to the article in the OGDEN VALLEY NEWS our “Make a Difference Day” service project of collecting stuffed animals for the “Hope Alliance,” Utah Highway Patrol and the Utah Ambulance association was “AWESOME.” The response of the families in the Valley was great. We had two very special donations come to us because of the article, and we want to give a very special “Thank You” to The Swanson Foundation and Timber Creations. We collected over 800 stuffed animals. Thanks for helping us make a difference for other kids. Audrey Carver, Eden Snowcrest Officers, Eden Judy Loper, wisebird of eden Books and Gifts The staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS welcomes the submission of articles by our readership. We invite you to submit local historical accounts or biographies, articles pertaining to contemporary issues, and/or other material that may be of interest to our readers. We also invite you to submit to the paper, or notify the staff of local events. Awards that have been earned by the reader, family members, neighbors or friends are also sought. While the staff of The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS invites the submittal of information and articles, we reserve the right to select which material will be considered for publication. All material, to be considered, must be submitted with the full name, address and telephone number of the person submitting the material. “There is something in the longing for freedom that is inextinguishable; it is more than simply hope. Like a seed blown on the wind, it lands, takes root, and sprouts up in the most unlikely places—inside the gulag, behind barbed-wire fences, on Fascist pavements, in political deserts, between the cracks of petrified dictatorships. As long there are women and men who seek to create a free space in which to make their own lives and a common space in which to forge a communal destiny with others, the struggle for democracy will persist.” The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS has the sole authority to edit and locate any classified advertisement as deemed appropriate. It also reserves the right to refuse any advertising. Dona M. Spinks, Eden I want to thank all of you who supported the bookstore this past year. It has been the best job I have ever had. I enjoyed visiting with you and helping you find books that you wanted. It was also great fun researching and locating old and odd books for you. The book clubs were a special source of enjoyment (from the one that met here at the store to all the clubs who purchased their books here). I learned a great deal from you, about good books and good relationships. We will be selling out this month (inventory, decorations, and bookshelves), hoping to return in the spring with a new look. Thank you all again . . . for one of the best years of my life. Inspirational Thought The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS does not endorse, promote or encourage the purchase or sale of any product or service advertised in this newspaper. Advertisements are the sole responsibility of the advertiser. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS hereby disclaims all liability for any damage suffered as the result of any advertisement in this newspaper. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS is not responsible for any claims or representations made in advertisements in this newspaper. America needs more responsible citizens like these good men. To All The Valley Residents Who Came to the Bookstore . . . Invitation for Articles The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS’ liability on account of errors in, or omissions of, advertising shall in no event exceed the amount of charges for the advertising omitted or the space occupied by the error. I personally take great exception to the Standard-Examiner’s choice of words in their October 30 editorial, “Park-land suit opens a new can of worms.” I am sure that many in the Valley share my views. The Standard-Examiner referred to the citizens who initiated the lawsuit as “gadflies,” which Webster’s dictionary defines as a person “who annoys others or rouses them from complacency.” The plaintiffs are honorable men with a just cause who gave of their own time and financial resources to defend what they perceived as an injustice to the public. — Patrick Watson & Benjamin Barber Our heartfelt thanks to those who have fought and sacrificed to give us the freedoms we enjoy today. Photo submitted by Shanna Francis, Moscow, Russia 2002. The deadline for the December 1, 2002 issue is November 16, 2002. 7th grade class officers and the Student Body Officers of Snowcrest Junior High School helping others and “Making a Difference!” Thank you Ogden Valley for your support at the polls on November 5, and for electing me to serve on the Weber County Board of Education. I look forward to serving the students, parents, and community within the district. - Cheryl Ferrin Wisebird of eden 2595 Hwy 162 #4 Eden Utah 84310 CLOSING SALE (Books, gifts, bookshelves, decorations) Beginning 11/03 30% to 50% off THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT THIS PAST YEAR. I HOPE TO SEE YOU IN THE SPRING. COME IN AND PICK UP THE BARGAINS.