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Founder's Day Information

Posted on 01/10/2018
Founders Day


Founders Day will be held on Saturday, June 23, 2018. 

All veterans are invited to participate in the parade. If interested, please meet at the head of the parade on June 23rd at 9:30 am.

Parade Application

5K Flier

Volleyball Flier

Car Show Information


CERT Community Activity (Block Captains)

June Newsletter (Additional Founder's Day Information)


FOUNDER’S DAY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Community Breakfast-all proceeds go to the future Pleasant View Veterans Memorial (sponsored by Blackburn Jones and Calute Homes)
From 8:00 am to 9:30 am held at the Barker Park Bowery.

Pleasant View 5K Run (sponsored by I Run Utah)
Begins at 7:00 am. For registration and additional information please visit www.pleasantviewcity.com and click on the Founder’s Day article in the news section for more details.

Founder’s Day Parade begins at 10 am
Starting at the round-about, route runs west along Pleasant View Dr between 700 West and 1100 West.
All veterans are invited to participate in the parade. If interested, please meet at the head of the parade on June 23rd at 9:30 am.

Barker Park Fun Zone 11:00 am—4:00 pm
Water slides, Volleyball Tournament, Food Trucks (Zeppe’s, Island Splash, Buttercup Baking Co., The Matterhorn and Roasted Pleaser)

Car Show at Shady Lane Park (sponsored by Woodruff Auto Service)
From noon to 4:00 pm—food trucks will also be attending. Contact Woodruff Auto for information.

Salmon Bake Dinner at Shady Lane Park at 5:30 pm
From 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm (Don’t worry there’s hot dogs too if you don’t like salmon!)
Tickets can be purchased at the event. Salmon plate $10 each and hot dog plate $5 each. Sit back and enjoy a meal with entertainment from the Hales Family Fiddlers! Also feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chair, as seating is limited.

Music & Fireworks display at Weber High School
Enjoy live music by Snow College’s Commercial Music Ensemble in the stadium before the fireworks and Elissa Bailey (Weber High’s Vocal Performance Sterling Scholar) singing the National Anthem! Gates open at 6:00 pm, concessions will be available. Fireworks will start about 10:00 pm. Please enter from the parking lot east of Weber High— all other access will be restricted and not accessible by the general public.

P.V. CERT Community Activity
Thursday, June 14, 2018 6:30 P.M.
Starting at your neighborhood gathering place

This year, for the second time, P.V. CERT and North View Fire offer you a chance to participate in a treatment area exercise. Treatment areas are a critical part of disaster relief and could be the only help available when you need it desperately. Collecting and caring for a large number of seriously wounded victims is a complicated, overwhelming process, and must be practiced to be done with a minimum amount of chaos. Practice requires victims- lots and lots of victims. At your gathering place, your block captain will ask for volunteer victims. He/she will treat your pretend wounds and give you instructions on what to do next. Please consider being a victim. If you like adventure, it will be one. If you’re community spirited, this is super community service. If you need a bribe, there will be Zeppe’s Italian Ice for everyone who comes to the treatment area. (We won’t run out this year).
We want everyone to have the chance to participate. If you don’t know who your block captain is, call your section coordinator (see www.pleasantviewcity.com for contact information).
If you don’t know who your section coordinator is, send your name and address to PVCERT@comcast.net. We want everyone to have a chance to participate. Please help us now so we can help you when you need it most!