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Propane Fire Pits: When someone thinks of using propane, what usually comes to mind is the ungainly sight of an exposed propane tank as in a gas grill. However, landscape designers have solved this issue with some clever innovations. In regard to the exposed tank, there are now fire pit and outdoor fireplace designs which enclose the tank at the base of the structure. The tank is easily accessible through a small door or drawer. The ease of access and the ease of starting the propane fire pit is as simple as turning a knob to ignite the flames. Like natural gas, this design uses fire rings as well, which can be hidden under lava rocks, glass, or imitation logs.

These propane powered fire pits can include wheels at the base for easy portability, a particularly useful feature for those who do not want to bother with the installation of a gas line, especially if it involves having to mess with or completely dismantle their current patio configuration.

Pros: Quick and easy to light, Cleaner than wood fuel, No smoke, sparks or flying embers, Low maintenance/ no ashes to clean,  Provides a clean, crisp flame,  Portable, doesn’t need a permanent foundation, Usually no restrictions, even during no burn days, Available at many home improvement and recreation stores, Less likely to have neighbors call and complain-no smoke issues.

Cons: Doesn’t put out as much heat as wood burning pits, Fire rings may clog, needs maintenance, Propane tank refill costs add up,  Fuel tank is unattractive unless fire pit has a hidden tank option. Again, this option is ideal for homeowners looking to add a fire pit to an existing patio or special area which includes an already installed stone work base.

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Open Mic Nights: South Ogden City recently received a grant to host Open Mic Nights at the South Ogden Nature Park Amphitheater. This will be open to the community to come and enjoy or to perform.

Performers are encouraged to express themselves through a musical or vocal talent, poetry or dance. All ages are welcome to attend or register to perform. Each evening refreshments will be provided. Mark your calendars now and follow South Ogden City on Facebook for updates regarding these activities.

Tentative Dates for the Open Mic Nights: 
August 13th & September 10th

FIESTA FIESTA! Mark your calendars for a celebration you won’t want to miss! South Ogden City would like to invite you and your family to join us for a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at the Browning Armory on Friday, September 19th from 5pm-10pm. Festivities include Chihuahua dog races, Art contest & display, traditional music and dancing. latin dance lessons, vendors and a free salsa tasting from local restaurants! Best of all, Admission is FREE!

*Art Contest Theme for Hispanic Heritage Month: "A legacy of history, a present of action and a future of success"

*Register your chihuahua (all small dogs welcom) online at: www.southogdencity.com

*Vendors register online at www.southogdencity.com or contact Northern Utah Events at 801-710-2740.

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Shelter Receives Grant: South Ogden Animal Shelter is the only Shelter in Utah to receive a $2,500 donation from Purina Cat Chow!

Purina Cat Chow has selected South Ogden Animal Shelter as one of 50 cat-focused shelters nationwide that it’s recognizing during its Purina Cat Chow "Building Better Lives" program to support shelters that care for cats awaiting forever homes.

This year, Purina Cat Chow will support 50 cat-focused shelters, including South Ogden Animal Shelter, by donating $125,000 in cash and product – a $2,500 in cash and Purina Cat Chow brand cat food per shelter – and conducting three shelter renovations and cat adoption events, totaling $150,000. South Ogden Animal Shelter is the only participating shelter in Utah.

This program will help us support the more than 350 cats we intake every year and it’s an honor to be one of 50 shelters nationwide selected for this program. Like Purina Cat Chow, we believe that every cat deserves a forever home.

R E C R E A T I O N

Adult Coed Kickball: South Ogden City’s Coed Adult Kickball registration will begin June 16. Registration will take place online at southogdencity.com. League cost is $350 per team and games will be held Friday nights at Club Heights Park. For more information please call 801-622-2950.

Tennis Lessons:Look for registration to open for South Ogden City’s Tennis Lessons coming this summer. More information will be posted on the recreation webpage at southogdencity.com or you can call 801-622-2950.

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