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  1. "Let's Talk" Cancer Group | Uintah Basin Healthcare

    November 8, 2018, 6:00 PM @ Uintah Basin Healthcare

    Join us the 2nd Thursday of each month at The Villa at 6:00 PM. Let's Talk is a cancer support group offering educational and emotional support for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, family and friends. If you have a story to tell, come join us and let's talk. We have stories too and would like to share them with you. Come learn new things and make new friends. Community "Let's Talk" Contacts: Dinah Peltier: 435.621.6168 Cecilia Sullivan: 435.790.5589 Ramalda Guzman: 435.724.0224 Kim Hyde: 435.725.2069

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  2. Public Meeting for a New Roosevelt Library

    November 8, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Crossroads Center

    The Duchesne County Commission has decided to move forward with the possible construction of a new library in Roosevelt City. As part of that process, they will be holding public meetings to gauge community support for the project. Based on the response from the public at these meetings, the commission will decide whether or not to pursue the project further. We’re lucky enough to boast one of the most active libraries in the State of Utah. Stephen Moon was named the Utah Librarian of the Year for 2018, and they host activities and programs that break state records for participation. They’ve been a great asset to our community and offer a lot of resources to our residents. The public is encouraged to attend the meeting to express their thoughts on a new Roosevelt Library.

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