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|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
April 1 03.qxd 12/7/2021 Page 4 3:49 PM Page 4 THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Volume VII Issue XII April 1, 2003 It’s Valley Elementary Kindergarten Round-up Time Valley Elementary School’s Kindergarten Round Up will be held April 9, 2003 from 2:30 until 4:00 p.m. Kindergarten Round Up is for all parents and their kindergarten students who will be attending Valley Elementary School during the 2003 – 2004 school year. In order for a student to be eligible to attend kindergarten, s/he must turn five on, or before, September 1, 2003. The afternoon will begin with kindergarten registration in the gymnasium at 2:30 p.m. Immediately following registration, parents and kindergarten children will adjourn to the multi-purpose room for a brief meeting. Kindergarten students will then be taken to the kindergarten classrooms to mingle, play, interact with the teachers, and become familiar with the kindergarten environment. Parents will stay behind for an informative meeting with Principal Roger Bailey, the school nurse, and first grade teachers. After the meeting, parents will then meet their children outside the kindergarten classrooms, where light refreshments will be served. Valley Elementary school staff feel that that Kindergarten Round Up is a great way for children to be introduced to the fun and instructional world of kindergarten, which s/he will be involved in next year. In order to process your student’s registration, we need parents to bring the following items to Kindergarten Round Up: The student’s official birth certificate (with notary seal) Current immunization record Medical examination form, completed by your child’s physician Dental examination form, signed by your child’s dentist Completed registration sheet Social Security Number (optional) Verification of residency. A copy of a utility bill, purchase agreement, drivers license, rental agreement, or affidavit of residency with parent/guardian’s name and address on it for verification of residency will meet this requirement. AYSO Soccer Update Soccer season is here! The spring season started March 29, and we have big plans for the summer months. First, AYSO registration for FALL 2003/SPRING 2004 will be held two days in April. We will have a Thursday evening registration on April 24 during soccer games at the LDS Stake Center, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Our Saturday registration is on team picture day, April 26, also at the Stake Center, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please make every effort to register your players on those dates. Also, look for our banners and flyers posted around the valley for more information, or call Jen Burrows at 745-4323. Second, our need for volunteers in the organization is great, but the payoff is rewarding. Over 400 children ages 4 to 19 play in Ogden Valley, Region 422. As parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents, friends and neighbors, it is a wonderful way to give to the youth in our area. Our board also needs help in the following positions: Coach Administrator, Secretary, Safe Haven Director, and Regional Commissioner. Our teams need Team Parents, Referees, and Coaching Assistants. We also need many hands to help with our annual High Valley Shootout tournament held the last week of June. Please call Kay Larrison at 745-3927 if you can spare a moment to help our players. Third, is the annual MLS (Major League Soccer) Camp that is hosted every year by our Region. This year it will be held the week of June 2-7, 2003. Mark your calendars, and look for further information in April and May. Deadline for sign up is May 19; no late registrations will be accepted. Call Holly Beck for more information at 7454617. We are looking forward to a great summer and invite everyone to come out and watch a game and catch some smiles. Ogden Valley Business Association Celebrates 2ND Anniversary —New logo planned Eden, Utah – The Ogden Valley Business Association (OVBA) is now celebrating its second anniversary, and has grown to represent the needs of almost 80 local businesses throughout Ogden Valley. According to Paul Judd, President and founding member of the OVBA, “It’s amazing that we’ve grown from just the initial 20 members to such a large organization. The networking and educational opportunities within the organization have proven to be one of our best assets, although our incredible website, which provides links to all member businesses and receives over 15,000 hits and 7,000 page views per month, is also considered essential to its membership.” In celebration of the two-year anniversary, the OVBA Board of Directors has decided to create a new logo to representative that will better represent the organization’s goals. According to Vice Chairperson Lisa Catanzaro, “We want a logo that is unique, and one that represents the professional nature of our group.” The public is invited to submit concepts for the new OVBA logo. Sketches are acceptable, since a professional graphic artist will finalize the logo for printing applications, as well as for use on the OVBA website. The winner of the chosen logo will be rewarded with a cornucopia of gifts from OVBA business members, including dining certificates; golf passes, and lodging promotions. Entries in digital form can be emailed to Nancy Seraphin at email@example.com or dropped off in person at the OVBA office at Great American Realty in Eden. Submissions are due April 1, 2003. All submissions will become the property of the Ogden Valley Business Association, and will not be returned. The Ogden Valley Business Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the Ogden Valley Community and its local businesses. Its purpose is to enhance the quality of life for citizens of Ogden Valley and Ogden Canyon through the promotion and development of community and economic resources, including arts, culture, education, health and human services, tourism, and community service. Julie Brandt & Cathy Cartwright @ Ogden Valley Branch Library The artwork of Julie Brandt and Cathy Cartwright will be on exhibit at the Ogden Valley Branch Library from April 1 to May 15. Julie Brandt lives and paints in Liberty, Utah where the landscape, people, and even the livestock inspire her. She has been painting professionally for eleven years. Her style has developed from traditional watercolor to experimental acrylic and collage. Julie is a twostar member of the Utah Wa t e r c o l o r Society, and a member of the “Processions” by Julie Palette Club of Brandt of Liberty. Ogden. She has received numerous awards including selection of her painting, “Twenty-fifth Street Bounty” as the first annual poster of the 2001 Ogden Farmers and Art Market. Her artwork can be found in corporate and private collections throughout the United States and Scotland. Cathy Cartwright is a self-taught artist who has worked with fiber and glass in various forms. She started fusing glass in 1997. As both a fiber and glass artist, she is fascinated by texture and surface design. She is exploring ways to create complex, textural surfaces on glass. Her current work features dichroic glass to accentuate surfaces, and inclusions to create fabric-like components between layers of glass. Dichroic glass by Cathy Cartwright.