Sep 30, 2012

All Star Lanes is Tooele's Fun Place

Amy Kelly met with Cari Gavin at the Tooele All Star Lanes and learned that they have much more than bowling. They also offer fun birthday party packages that let the birthday child and their friends and family enjoy themselves instead of worrying about taking care of a party at home.

Sep 20, 2012

St. Marguerite's Fall Festival 2012

Amy Kelly met with Father Sam at the annual St. Marguerite's Fall Festival in Tooele for a few minutes and learned about some of the fun activities that take place. They invite the community to come enjoy entertainment, food, and games.

Sep 17, 2012

Tooele Business Expo 2012

Amy Kelly talked with Debbie Winn of the Tooele County Chamber of Commerce at their annual Business Expo and Taste of Tooele. The Expo makes it possible for the public to learn about many businesses in a fun setting at the Tooele Park, and the Taste of Tooele has several food service businesses that let the public sample their offerings for a very reasonable price.

Sep 9, 2012

Costa Vida Serves Fresh Mexican Food

Amy Kelly met with Kellie Carlse at Costa Vida in Tooele and learned about their fresh Mexican food. Everything is made from scratch and nothing comes from a can. They also make all their tortillas by hand through out the day, so they are always newly made fresh. They also offer many options such as vegetarian and gluten free.

Sep 3, 2012

Tooele Skyline Nature Park Ribbon Cutting

Amy Kelly met with Tooele City Mayor Patrick Dunlavy and Parks and Recreation Director Kathy Bell at the ribbon cutting for the new Skyline Nature Park. This park is something new for Tooele because it has electronic activity games that make physical activity fun. It also has a total body fitness station and a perimeter track for jogging and walking.

Sep 1, 2012

Tooele Pioneer Museum

Mike Gaba met with Jim Bevan at the Tooele Pioneer Museum and learned about some of the early history of Tooele County. The museum has a variety of exhibits from many time periods, in addition to the items from the pioneer era. They also have one of the finest collections of Native American arrowheads and artifacts in the state.