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SunCrest Easter Eggstavaganza Draws the Crowd!
Easter bunny was a big draw at the club house today as little ones scurried about collecting eggs. Over a hundred people braved the snow to get a chance to see the Easter Bunny and to find over 5000 candy and toy filled eggs. A professional storyteller was there to entertain the little ones as he read The Berenstein Bears and the Queen of Easter. Big thanks goes out to Suzanne Thomas and her staff. It was a great time for all.
Starting April 22, The SunCrest OA will be assisting residents with spring clean up in and around their homes and neighborhoods.
· Residents can pick up garbage bags at the Community Center to help in collecting waste. Limit is 5 bags per household. If you are organizing a group neighborhood or trail clean up, please contact the SunCrest OA for a bulk garbage bag pick up.
Big Brother Big Sister Donation Trailer:
· Big Brother Big Sister donation trailer will be parked outside the Community Center from April 22-27 to collect gently used items including clothing and furniture.
· Click here to view a listing of acceptable items.
· Dumpsters will be available April 22-25 in the parking lot of the old SunCrest Market. Great for yard waste and household items. No hazardous waste, refrigerators or tires please.
Hazardous Waste Drop Off:
· Hazardous waste drop off area will be set up April 22-25 in the parking lot of the old SunCrest Market (behind the small dumpster) to collect anything in and around your home that is poisonous flammable, corrosive or toxic. That includes paint, unused fuels, motor oil, pesticides, batteries, and antifreeze. We cannot accept explosives, radioactive materials, or old tires.
· Shred-it will be onsite April 27 from 9-10:30am to destroy your confidential documents.
· Don’t worry about removing staples, paperclips or any bindings; just be sure to have them in a secure bag, box or container that you do not need back.
The Draper City Senior Center will be hosting a weekly bridge club every Thursday from 12:30-3:30pm at their new facility located at 12350 S 800 E in Draper. Free transportation will be offered to SunCrest residents. Those who are interested can contact George Simmons at 801-520-1313, 801-613-9930 or by emailing email@example.com.
Ridgeline Elementary Kindergarten Registration
Ridgeline Elementary is finishing up Kindergarten Registration. If you have a Kindergarten student who will be starting kindergarten this Fall and haven't yet registered them, please do so as soon as possible. Ridgeline needsan accurate count as soon as possible so they can determine how many teachers will be needed for the 2013-2014 school year.
To register, the student needs to be 5 on or before September 1st. The child’s Birth Certificate, Proof of Residency, and immunization record must be provided. Please call the school at 801 717-4515 with any questions.
SunCrest’s drainage system includes a network of drainage swales that are critical to managing the snow melt and storm water runoff within SunCrest. Res
idents are responsible to maintain swales located on their properties to prevent water build up. The most important part of swale maintenance includes:
· Keeping the slope constant to let water flow down without ponding.
· Ensuring the liner is protected.
· Keeping the swale continuous; in that it connects to your neighbors.
· Keeping the swale clean of debris.
For more maintenance tips click here or reply to this email with your request.
Residents with concerns, questions or unsure are if their property has a swale can contact the SunCrest OA office at 801-572-1233, we are here to help!
Big Brother Big Sister Donation Drive
Community Spring Cleanup Event
Big Brother Big Sister Donation Drive
Landscape Seminar and Pancake Breakfast
SunCrest Community Pool Opening
Community Yard Sale
For inquiries or to RSVP to an event please email:
Online Rummage Sale
Need a place to sell unwanted items that are cluttering up your home? Tired of driving miles for deals on KSL that end up not working out? SunCrest resident Melissa Coates has created SunCrest ONLINE Rummage Sale Facebook group. This group is for residents of SunCrest to buy and sell unwanted gently used and new items. The idea is to keep this program local, specifically for SunCrest residents allowing for easeof pick up and delivery of sold items. Click here to join in the fun of buying and selling. Or search facebook for SunCrest ONLINE Rummage Sale group and request to join.
SunCrest Classes and Programs
Did you know that Yoga is a natural mood lifter and helps to increase concentration, focus, energy, and balance? Three times a week Linda Black and her team offer Yoga classes at the SunCrest Community Center.
Monday 9:15am FUNdamentals w/ Mindie
Wednesday 7:00pm Yoga Flow w/ Linda
Friday 9:15am Restore w/ Linda
Click here or call Linda at 801-787-2515 for details.
Chiropractor and Natural Therapist
"Chiropractic is the largest natural healing art in the world. It is based on the premise that the body is a self healing organism and that the nervous system is the master control system of the body. Minor displacements of the spinal bones, known as vertebral subluxations, can cause endangering stress to the spinal cord which acts as the main line of intelligence for the whole body. These displacements, or subluxations, are the cause of many of the unwanted health conditions that people suffer from every day." Get relief from your pain without having to drive down the mountain.
Dr. Rubert Jones, D.C., treats patients at the Community Center on Wednesday’s from 12pm-5pm. Call 801-613-0339 for an appointment. Click here for more details.
Classes are 45 minutes in length and take place every Friday. Cost is $30 per month. Email Carriann at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about class times, availabilities, and to register.
After School Program with a Kick!
The program takes place every Monday and Wednesday at the SunCrest Community Center. The program is hosted by Mountain Dragon ATA Black Belt Academy and includes snack, homework help, craft time, and a lesson in martial arts. Program pricing is $80/mo. (plus one time fee of $35 for insurance). Click here for program schedule and further details. To sign up, call 801-661-7618.
NEW Online Crime Reporting System
The Draper Police has unveiled a new Online Crime Reporting system. Residents now have the option of reporting non-emergency incidents; such as theft, vandalism and suspicious activity by using their online form. Additional information can be found by visiting www.draper.ut.us/police; the Online Reporting form can be found atwww.draper.ut.us/CrimeReport. Be sure to take a moment to read the details including what you should know before making a report. All non-emergency crimes or incidents can still be reported by calling 801-840-4000.
In the event of an emergency, call 911.
Wildlife and Driving in SunCrest
With the warmer temperatures, residents are starting to see more deer and other animals in and around SunCrest, particularly from dusk to dawn. Here are some tips to follow when driving to keep you and your family safe:
· Drive at a safe speed giving you more time to spot an animal and slow down to avoid a collision.
· Make sure your windshield is clear and is not reflecting grime, preventing you from seeing clearly.
· Scan both sides of the road for animals’ reflective eyes.
· Animals often travel in groups so if you see one, its likely more are close by.
· If you have just passed an animal near or crossing the road, flash your lights to warn oncoming traffic to slow down.
Dogs on Draper Trails
Currently, dogs are allowed on a leash on all Draper City trails, including Corner Canyon.
Please note that:
· Domestic animals (dogs and horses) are prohibited in critical watershed areas including Ghost Falls and Burnham trails in Corner Canyon, and all trails in the Bear Canyon area. These areas are noted on trail signs and maps.
· In permitted areas, domestic animals must maintain a distance of 100 feet away from all water. Crossing is allowed on bridges only.
The two main concerns include protecting the watershed and safety of other trail users, wildlife and dogs. Note that if trail users disregard these rules, the city has indicated that they will have to place further restrictions on the trails, including Corner Canyon. For a listing and description of all Draper City trials, click here.
Upstanding Citizens of SunCrest Program
The Upstanding Citizens of SunCrest recognition program is designed to share the inspiring stories of residents who go above and beyond that which is expected of them. If you have a resident who you would like recognized, email email@example.com the name of the resident and reason for the recognition. To remain anonymous in your recommendation click here. Each month the recommendations will be recognized and shared monthly with the residents of SunCrest.
Local SunCrest Business Listing
These businesses are owned, operated or have been recommended by SunCrest a resident. Click here for the current listing. If you wish to add a business or service to this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that the SunCrest OA does not endorse or recommend any of the businesses or services listed.
Village Green School Bus Stop
For a listing of bus drop off and pick up times, click here.
For the Village Green Bus Stop Safety Rules click here.
For the Alpine School District Bus Rules click here.
Corner Canyon and Area Trails
For a listing of trails click here.
Draper City Council, Agendas & Minutes
Click here for a listing of Draper City Council representatives, Draper City meeting agendas and minutes.
SunCrest Owners Association Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm
Community Center and Fitness Room Hours: Monday thru Friday 6am-10pm, Sat 7am-9pm, Sun 10am-6pm
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