You can find out more about them by visiting their website www.ability1stutah.org. They are also hosting a 10k and a 5k Run, Walk, & Roll which will be happening September 20th. You can register for the event here.
Chief Pace has always been a big proponent for change and welcomes the new changes in his life. Although he will miss the department and the people he has worked with, he is excited to spend more time with his 16 grandkids and the rest of his family.
We wish Chief Pace the best in retirement and thank him for all his years of exceptional service to Orem.
City Manager Jamie Davidson and I received red baseball bats from the Owlz on behalf of the City commemorating the Owlz’s 10 seasons in Orem. I would like to thank the Orem Owlz for being such a supportive and family-friendly partner in the City over the past 10 years. It is a blessing to have them in the community.
As part of City Appreciation Night, children 14 years old and younger received a cool City of Orem & Orem Owlz lunch bag. Here is a little Owlz fan showing off his Orem spirit.
Special thanks to the Orem Owlz and General Manager Justo Vazquez for organizing this event for the City.
This is a great opportunity to help build the type of city that you want to live in. The professional planners welcome and will incorporate your suggestions and ideas into the overall strategic plan.
If you want to be involved in helping guide the changes taking place in Orem, you should come to these meetings. You do not need any previous experience or expertise. Just being an Orem resident who wants to contribute in a meaningful way qualifies you to be a part of this process.
To find out more about these meetings click here.
If you leave a comment on this blog post, I’ll have 4 free tickets to the game waiting for you in my office. Go Owlz!