Busy Lives, Calm Minds

Corner Canyon High School senior Beck Seamons knows what it is like to be an overscheduled teen. On top of school work, he’s one of the captains of the Corner Canyon mountain bike team, plays piano at The Roof Restaurant downtown, is on the Draper Mayor’s Youth Council and performs with an English handbell quartet.

The Festival of Trees

Festival of Trees is a magical way to kick-off the 2017 Christmas Season. It is held November 29 through December 2 at the South Towne Expo Center. The 47th annual Festival of Trees will either begin or continue a holiday tradition that guarantees to entertain you, meet your shopping needs, satisfy a sweet tooth, touch your heart, and offer a…

Bike to Confidence

The Cycle Ability Special Needs Bike Camp runs June 19-23 at Summit Academy High School in Bluffdale. Volunteers must be 16 and older. No experience is necessary, only the ability to walk/jog alongside bicyclists and provide encouragement. Visit CycleAbility.org for more information and 
to sign up.

Permission to Dream

Calendar a few minutes to check out some of the organizations and opportunities highlighted by The Refugee Connection at at ServeRefugees.org Follow their Facebook page and download the Serve Refugees App to view the most current needs.

African Hipster

An awakening, that is an accurate way to describe the musical journey of Alex Boyé, the African pop YouTube sensation, south Salt Lake valley resident, and married father of five children. Born in London, England to Nigerian parents, Boyé had a tough childhood. He never knew his father and when he was 12, his mother left him to go back…

An Unlikely Ute Walk-on

On October 24, 2015, Mackay Dunn sat in the stands at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum watching the Utah Utes get thumped by USC, ending their run at a perfect season. But Dunn was not upset, he was inspired. He had been avidly following the Utes every game and at that moment he had an epiphany. He knew he could…

Making a Difference for Life

Family is the central focus for the student led Family, Career and Community Leaders of America or FCCLA. More than 202,825 members in 48 states through 12th grade exemplify the motto, “Toward New Horizons,” as part of the curriculum within the school system in Family and Consumer Sciences education.