- On Tuesday, March 9th the Bank of Utah was honored at their ribbon cutting for their new location
- The Muller Company invited the Mayor, Councilmembers, and various department directors of the City of Orem as their guests at the Utah Valley University Culinary Gala. Silent and live auctions were held to help fund students through the nationally acclaimed culinary program.
- Various representatives from the City of Orem, including the Economic Development division, attended the Utah Valley Chamber Valley Visioning Summit to plan for Utah Valley’s future growth.
- Finished preparations for Orem’s Centennial Birthday Party
- Researched and laid foundations for Orem i-Team program
- Amy & Jennica successfully completed their internships
- Finished new Summerfest website
- Finished Summerfest magazine
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 42
- Retail Theft – 29
- Possession of a Controlled Substance – 28
- Driving on Suspension – 12
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI) – 10″
We enjoyed the break from our annual maintenance at the first of the month and came back to glistening floors and a clean building.
We started a new sign language class for our patrons and the response and attendance has been outstanding! https://www.facebook.com/OremSeniorCenter/photos/pcb.2389379924439736/2389379677773094/?type=3&theater
We made lots of preparations to celebrate 100 years of Orem and will give you the highlights of that next month!
We continue to grow our online presence and invite you to connect with us on facebook : https://www.facebook.com/OremSeniorCenter/
The fire department promoted three positions;
Battalion Chief, Captain, and Engineer.
On April 15th the Cantorum Chamber Choir performed their spring concert with 396 patrons attending.
Outreach staff and the Latinos in Action students at Canyon View Junior High took three NASA@MyLibrary activities to the students at Sharon Elementary on April 9. Sixty student learned about the formation of comets, asteroids, and meteorites.
On April 22, the Joe McQueen Quartet performed a 2 hour evening concert of unforgettable jazz. Joe McQueen, who turns 100 this month, was the first African-American in Utah to have a mixed-race band and to play at white-only establishments. He has played with luminaries such as Charlie Parker, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington.
New furniture was ordered for the Children’s Mezzanine which includes modular seating, an ottoman, tables and chairs. The new furniture should arrive shortly and will be assembled and put in place during the Maintenance Closure the week of May 20th.
Working the I.T. infrastructure for the new buildings construction and Automated Meter reading system.
Library closets and cabling have been reorganized and equipment and services integrated with the main network.
Digital signage installation in the HR office.
We issued 2 of the Apartment buildings for the HUB and one for The Green on Campus Drive – combined valuation of over $89,000,000.00
Storm water crews installed one sump, cleaned the irrigation siphon on east Center Street, conducted multiple inspections.