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Festive Friday for Halloween

Festive Friday in October will be held Oct. 17 at noon in the county building on the second floor. Cost is $2 for lunch and printouts. For more information contact the Extension Service at 381-2381.

Appreciation From Emery County Rehab and Care

We appreciate everybody who helped us to make Peach Days special for our residents. Especially for all the donations, quilts and baked goods.

Ferron Library Appreciation

Ferron Library appreciates all the patrons that enjoyed our Native American display this month. Owen Olsen exhibited his handmade arrows, arrowheads, drum, hatchet and club. Tammy Lacock let us borrow her Native American dolls for the month. Come check out the Ferron Library.

Domestic Violence Awareness Lunch

The 10th annual domestic violence awareness luncheon will be held Oct. 15 at noon in the county building on the second floor. The guest speaker will be licensed clinical social worker Jackie Graham and the topic will be developing violence free families. The lunch and program are free, everyone is welcome and there will be doorprizes.

October 16 Goblin Valley State Park – Green River

Full moon hike: What happens in the Valley of the Goblins during a full moon? Do animals change their behavior? Join park staff on a walk through the goblins to find out. Meet at 8:30 p.m. at the Observation Point above the Valley of the Goblins. (435) 564-3633

October 17 Goblin Valley State

Park – Green River Bats. Bats aren’t creepy, crawly pests. They are fascinating animals that play a big role in Goblin Valley’s ecosystem. Join park staff at 8 p.m. at the amphitheater to learn about these misunderstood critters. We’ll use the bat detector box to see who’s flying around. (435)-564-3633

Festival of Trees

Anyone wishing to donate a craft, quilt, baby quilt or any other item to be sold at the Festival of Trees gift shop should contact Barbra Jones at 687-2580 for more information. Items needed by Oct. 31.

Huntington City Fall Clean-Up

Oct. 31 will be the last limb pick-up until the spring clean-up. Dumpsters will be at the rodeo grounds, do not place anything on the ground. The Emery County Landfill is requesting these items not be placed in the dumpsters: tires batteries oil no liquid of any type such as paint, turpentine, etc., pesticides, cement, refrigerators. A $12,000 fine could be imposed for violation of these guidlines.

Huntington City Open Burn

Sept. 20 through Oct 19. Burn permits are required. You may pick one up at the City Hall.

Cleveland Town Fall Burn Season

The Cleveland Town fall burn season is from Sept. 20 to Oct. 19. Permits availabe at the Town Office 100 W. main. Everyone must obtain a permit prior to burning.

Amateur Photographers Wanted

The College of Eastern Utah Prehisoric Museum announces their upcoming enhibition, “Picture This.” The exhibition will consist of images submitted by local amateur photographers. The museum will be accepting submissions now through Sept. 30, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visit the museum website at museum.ceu.edu for more details.

No More Homeless Pets in Utah’s October Free Fix Special

Voucher program for pet cats and dogs in low income households. Go to www.utahpets.org for information on eligibility and participating vets. All pet(s) in eligible households can be spayed or neutered for free through this program. No limit to the number of animals fixed per household/person and no co-pay for any of the surgeries. October only. No sick animals. Some other restrictions apply www.utahpets.org .

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