Happening This Week

Upcoming Events

Here are some items you might want to mark on your calendar for the upcoming week. There is also a job posting that came across my desk that may be of interest to job seekers.

‘Anapesi Kaili is always active in our Pacific Islander community and is a great source for information about events and activities that are happening in the State of Utah. That’s where I recently heard about the State wanting to get rid of the Office of Ethnic Affairs. There is a meeting today @ 6:30pm at Horizonte School – 1234 South Main Street, Fifth Floor in Salt Lake City. Please come out and voice your concerns, frustrations and ask questions.

My dear friends Billy and Mechelle Tenney will be registering new and returning students for Aloha Dance School’s 2011 season. Registration begins promptly @ 10:00am this Saturday, February 5th at Noah’s (644 N. 2000 W. Lindon, UT 84042). For more information contact Billy & Mechelle directly at the following numbers: (801) 857 8547 or (801) 857 8548.

The United Rugby Club will be hosting a meeting for 9th and 10th Grade boys, their parents and coaches for the 2011 rugby season. The meeting will be held Friday, February 4th @ 6:00pm at the Alpine City Hall (20 North Main Street, Alpine, UT 84004-1441). All boys in this age group who are returning players as well as new players are encouraged to attend. For more information, email United Rugby Club.

This Friday, February 4th is National Wear Red Day to show your support for women fighting heart disease. Events are happening all over the country in communities and corporations. Visit National Wear Red Day for information about events in your area and Go Red for Women to learn more about heart disease in women.

Job Board: There are job openings (part-time) for mature adults (18 years of age minimum) interviewing Utah citizens of the phone for a Pacific Islander health survey. You must be able to conduct the interviews in English and Tongan, or English and Samoan. If you are interested, send a resume to Lin-Marie Wright at lmwright@utah.gov. You can also visit the Center for Multicutural Health for more information about this listing and for community events that are targeted toward the ethnic communities of Utah.

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