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SANDY — Science and math came to life at the second annual Family Math & Science Night at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, on Feb. 10. The evening was overseen by the School Board and was a huge success, with more than 200 parents and students, in grades preK through eighth, participating. There were more than 20 hands-on activities, including experiments in chemistry with the creation of a gum drop molecule and chemical reactions with the making of goo.>>>
PROVO — Freshman Amelia Wolfgramm earned two individual state titles and set a 3A state record anchoring the Bulldog 400-yard relay team that claimed the third straight state title since 2009 for Judge Memorial Catholic High School at Brigham Young University Feb. 5. Wolfgramm was named the 3A Most Outstanding Girls’ Swimmer.>>>
PROVO — Juan Diego Catholic High School’s swim coach John Moran was awarded the 3A girls Coach of the Year following the state championship at Brigham Young University Feb. 4-5. Juan Diego junior Kelsey Leeson won the state championship in the 200-yard and 50-yard freestyle, and anchored the 200-yard and 400-yard freestyle relays, with first- and second- place finishes, respectively.>>>
DRAPER — Juan Diego Catholic High School Performing Arts will present the musical "Once Upon A Mattress," complete with live orchestra. Performances are Feb. 23-26, at 7 p.m. in the Juan Diego auditorium, 300 East 11800 South, Draper.>>>
KEARNS — Cerca de 130 jóvenes se reunieron en la Iglesia Católica de San Francisco Javier para celebrar un retiro juvenil.>>>
SALT LAKE CITY — When the Most Rev. John C. Wester, bishop of Salt Lake City, welcomed visitors from throughout the United States to the Southwest Liturgical Conference, which was hosted by the Diocese of Salt Lake City Feb. 2-4, he wore an embroidered gold cope that was purchased 90 years ago by the Right Rev. Joseph S. Glass, C.M., second bishop of Salt Lake City.>>>
Cosgriff 8th-graders' letters were answered Feb. 17 when the Most Rev. John C. Wester, bishop of Salt Lake City, visited their classroom to discuss stewardship. The students, who had discussed stewardship in their religion class, had asked the bishop to visit while writting formal letters as part of an English assignment. The full story of the bishop's visit will be in the Feb. 25 issue of the Intermountain Catholic.>>>