May 15, 2013 by James
Cottonwood Heights area residents are invited to participate in a country-themed 5K event on the outskirts of nearby Salt Lake City.
This weekend, Wheeler Historic Farm will be hosting a [Read more]
April 3, 2013 by James
Cottonwood Heights area residents are encouraged to participate in a local tradition aimed at benefiting early childhood education.
In just over a week’s time, the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum in [Read more]
March 4, 2013 by James
In an effort to show a sixth-grader recently diagnosed with leukemia that they care, students at Canyon View Elementary recently tied thousands of lime green ribbons to a fence.
In January, Ashtyn Poulsen, who studies at Canyon View Elementary in Cottonwood Heights, came down with what she and her family thought was the flu. When her symptoms did not resolve after an extended period of time, her mother grew concerned. Visits to the doctor confirmed that Ashtyn has undifferentiated leukemia.
Each ribbon on the display is meant to show Ashtyn that she has many people who care about her and support her. The students have dubbed themselves ‘Ashtyn’s Army’ in a display of goodwill. The goal of tying ribbons on the fence is not only to let Ashtyn know that she is in their thoughts, but also to highlight Ashtyn’s fight against illness to passersby in the street, according to her aunt, Kristi Hanson. Cottonwood Heights printing companies could produce a flyer to explain the ribbons on the fence to those who see it.
The fence also features Ashtyn’s name and the lime green color was chosen because it is Ashtyn’s favorite.
Ashtyn is currently recovering after receiving her first round of chemotherapy. She has missed a lot of school and will continue to miss school. Although she is happy to know that she has the support of her classmates, she was hesitant to talk to them over Skype on a recent evening. She stated that she was afraid seeing her friends would make her cry.
February 5, 2013 by Sarah
Cottonwood Heights area residents will soon have the opportunity to learn more about heart health at one of the country’s leading cardiac treatment centers.
This weekend, the Intermountain Heart Institute will be [Read more]
January 13, 2013 by Mark
On Tuesday, January 22, members of the Cottonwood Heights City Council will be holding an open house to thank outgoing city manager Liane Stillman for her dedication and contributions to the community.
Stillman, who has [Read more]
December 8, 2012 by Sarah
The Holiday Skating Extravaganza promotes the holiday spirit by featuring local skaters who perform holiday routines to some of the wonderful holiday season’s music. Poster printing was most likely used to [Read more]
November 26, 2012 by Sarah
This weekend will see CHRC’s Bonus Day at Dick’s Sporting Goods. It will enable members of the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center (CHRC) to receive discounts on purchases made on supplies and equipment. The CHRC also has coupons available for [Read more]
October 15, 2012 by Mark
The Cottonwood Heights Thanksgiving 5K Run/Walk invites everyone to a great family event and fundraiser. This year’s run/walk begins at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center (CHRC) and will [Read more]
September 10, 2012 by James
Starting this week and running until December, the ‘Biggest Loser Semi-Annual Camp’ will be underway at the Cottonwood Heights Parks and Recreation facility in Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Registration for this [Read more]
July 3, 2012 by James
Local print companies will undoubtedly have their hands full leading up to this year’s Butlerville Days. Being held on July 24, this is an event about which residents will have every reason to be excited.
Largely considered by some to be [Read more]