- BBQ Lunch
- Free Health Screenings
- Prize Drawings
- Fashion Show
For information on reserving a booth, please contact Jeanie at 435.634.5743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Washington County Library System, in conjunction with National Network of Libraries of Medicine, invites you to attend the “Healthy You Health Expo” for adults. This event is to improve public access to information and enable them to make informed decisions about their health.
|Location:||St. George Library
Community and Conference Rooms
|When:||Saturday, January 27, 2018|
|Time:||10:30 am — 5:30 pm|
10:30 am — 12:00 pm
12:00 — 1:00 pm
1:00 — 2:15 pm
2:30 — 3:45 pm
4:00 — 5:15 pm
All Day Exhibits
Date nights are a perfect way to revitalize your relationship! Spice up your relationship and your meals by preparing a recipe together. Roasted chicken with your own original spice mix, salad, and rice.
Friday, October 27, 2017
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
(This is an adult only class)
For more information, contact Brittany Bingeman at email@example.com or 435-634-5706.
Utah State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution.
Pumpkin Muffins & Fruit Skewers with Pumpkin Dip
Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Washington County Extension Office
339 South 550 West, Hurricane, UT
This class is open to any 4-H youth, ages 7-10 years, who are accompanied by their parent/guardian. You can register for 4-H through our online program at ut.4honline.com. If you have questions about registering, please call Kay Jean at 435-634-2693.
Youth will learn basic baking skills and tips about creating a healthy plate while creating a festive pumpkin recipe.
For more information, contact Brittany Bingeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-634-5706
$4/per person (No Cost for Adults)
Utah State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution
Dixie Regional Medical Center Community Health Screening
No cost health assessment for you and adult family members
Saturday, September 16, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Washington City Walmart 625 W. Telegraph Street Washington, UT 84780 (Google Maps)
Take home a watermelon for completing screenings.
Washington County Fair celebrates 20 years!
“Lions and Tigers and Bears… Oh my!” That’s what you’ll see if you attend the Washington County Fair in Hurricane this week, Aug. 9-12. Fair goers will help celebrate 20 years with a theme of “There’s no place like home.” Fair Director Wendy Sandberg said this year promises everything they’ve encountered in the past, and more. For more information go to washcofair.net.
Washington County dedicates new Grafton Building in time for the fair.
It’s taken only about four months to complete and it’s just in time for the Washington County Fair. The new Grafton Building at Washington County Legacy Park in Hurricane is officially open for business. County officials and those involved in it’s creation attended a ribbon cutting ceremony dedicating the new 28,000 square foot building. The space will not only be used to host events but will also house the USU Extension and 4-H offices.
Monday — Thursday, June 5 thru July 20, 2017. No meal service on Friday’s.
Legacy Elementary (Playground Area) 280 East 100 South, St. George, UT (Map) 11:45 AM — 12:45 PM
Red Mountain Elementary 263 East 200 South, Ivins, UT (Map) 11:45 AM — 12:45 PM (June 5 thru July 13, 2017)
Enterprise Elementary 216 South 100 East, Enterprise, UT (Map) 12:00 PM — 12:45 PM
Hurricane Community Center 35 West State Street, Hurricane, UT (Map) 11:30 AM — 12:30 PM
Water Canyon Elementary 250 East Newel Avenue, Hildale, UT (Map) 11:00 AM — 12:00 PM
Washington City Veterans Park 75 East Telegraph, Washington, UT (Map) 11:30 AM — 12:30 PM
Dixie Sun Elementary 1795 West 1230 North, St. George, UT (Map) 11:45 AM — 12:45 PM
All food must be eaten on location. Adult and second meals may be purchased at a cost of $3.50/meal. CASH ONLY
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.
PROCLAMATION NO. 2017-4
APRIL 4, 2017
WHEREAS, service to others is a hallmark of the American character, and central to how we meet our challenges; and
WHEREAS, the nation’s counties are increasingly turning to service organized by AmeriCorps and Senior Corps (“national service”) and volunteerism as a cost-effective strategy to meet county needs; and
WHEREAS, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps participants address the most pressing challenges facing our communities, from educating students for the jobs of the 21st century and supporting veterans and military families to providing health services and helping communities recover from natural disasters; and
WHEREAS, national service expands economic opportunity by creating more sustainable, resilient communities and providing education, career skills, and leadership abilities for those who serve; and
WHEREAS, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps participants serve in more than 50,000 locations across the country, bolstering the civic, neighborhood, and faith-based organizations that are so vital to our economic and social well-being; and
WHEREAS, national service participants increase the impact of the organizations they serve, both through their direct service and by managing millions of additional volunteers; and
WHEREAS, national service represents a unique public-private partnership that invests in community solutions and leverages non-federal resources to strengthen community impact and increase the return on taxpayer dollars; and
WHEREAS, national service participants demonstrate commitment, dedication, and patriotism by making an intensive commitment to service, a commitment that remains with them in their future endeavors; and
WHEREAS, the Corporation for National and Community Service shares a priority with county officials nationwide to engage citizens, improve lives, and strengthen communities; and is joining with the National Association of Counties and county officials across the country for the County Recognition Day for National Service on April 4, 2017.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH, do hereby proclaim April 4, 2017, as National Service Recognition Day, and encourage residents to recognize the positive impact of national service in our county; to thank those who serve; and to find ways to give back to their communities.