WX Elem. hosts Mom and Me
WOODS CROSS — Woods Cross Elementary is having a Mom and Me: Math and More night from 6-8 p.m. tonight. Participants will be shooting off paper rockets, star gazing, doing science experiments, building things with marshmallows and toothpicks, graphing with M&Ms, racing boats with magnets and much, much more. Contact Teacher Sarah Sadler at 402-1800 for more information.
Head Start to go on safari
OGDEN — The Davis, Morgan and Summit County HeadStart programs are hosting a family cultural celebration, “A Children’s Safari,” from 6-8 p.m. tonight. The Hogle Zoo, Treehouse Museum and the Ogden Nature Center will help provide the evening of adventure. Families are encouraged to share their cultural experiences as part of the evening. Contact Fatherhood Specialist Brett Lund at 402-0664 for more information.
Lions sponsor Lincoln lecture
BOUNTIFUL — The Bountiful Lions Club is sponsoring an Abraham Lincoln lecture tomorrow presented by Ron L. Anderson of the Utah Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. Anderson will present from the Lincoln Leadership Society Lecture Series called “We Can Learn a lot From Lincoln” starting a 7 p.m. at Bountiful High School. Anderson is the author of “Abraham Lincoln — God’s Humble Instrument” and brings Lincoln to life with stories that instruct, entertain and inspire. Contact Rosie Meservy at 808-9293 or Paul Allen at 649-2849 for more information.
W.P. performs ‘Into the Woods’
WEST POINT — Lakeside Elementary students are performing “Into the Woods Jr.” at 6:30 p.m. each night Wednesday through Friday. Contact Head Secretary Brenda Meinzen at 402-2900 for more information.
Clearfield to hold art night
CLEARFIELD — Clearfield City has invited students from Antelope, Hill Field, Holt, South Clearfield, Wasatch, Cook, Doxey and Bluff Ridge elementary schools to participate in a student artwork night at the city municipal building. Student art will be on display for a week, starting with opening night activities tomorrow for each grade grouping. Kindergarten and first grade artwork will be on display first, with an opening night scheduled for Feb. 11. The second and third grade artwork display will open on Feb. 25, with fourth through sixth grade artwork on display starting March 11. Contact Hill Field Elementary Teacher Brenda Behrens at 402-2350 for more information.
Lincoln students to visit Capitol
SALT LAKE CITY — Students from Lincoln Elementary have been invited to visit the Capitol Thursday, on the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, to witness the signing of a resolution, tour the Capitol, recite the Gettysburg Address with the governor and much more. Students will arrive at the Capitol at 9:30 a.m. Contact Rep. Fisher’s Intern Shana Mecham at 597-3373 for more information.
Interact to host senior dance
BOUNTIFUL — The Bountiful High School Interact Club is hosting a senior Valentine Day dance on Thursday, Feb. 12 at the high school from 7-9 p.m. For more information, contact Interact Club adviser Jan Wray at Bountiful High School at 402-3900.
District holds annual summit
LAYTON — The third annual Davis Youth Summit will be Saturday, Feb. 28, from12:30-11 p.m. at Northridge High School. Students between the ages of 13 and 18 will hear from Miss Utah USA 2007 Heather Anderson and various ambassadors. They will also participate in service projects, games, a dinner, break-out sessions and a stomp. The event is sponsored by Northridge High School student clubs and academic groups, the Davis School District Impact Teams, Davis Behavioral Health, Davis County Health, Davis Youth of Promise and other Davis County cities.
The cost, which includes a T-shirt, is $10. Anyone interested by register by Feb. 20 and attendance will be capped at 1,000 participants.
For more information, visit faculty.weber.edu/sbthompson/davis_youth_summmit.htm.