WELCOME TO THE WORLD • Although these baby robins don't have their eyes open yet, they still know when "Momma Robin" is coming to feed them. The birds are only a week old and "Momma" keeps a watchful eye and squawks at those who get too close, but we were able to sneak a quick peek. Got some fun summertime photos you'd like to submit to the Times-News for consideration? Email email@example.com. Photo Rebecca Dopp
ART IN THE PARK • Juab Fine Arts Council hosted their annual "Art in the Park" on Saturday, June 2. Some of Juab's own 2012-2013 Sterling Scholars and a few other students at Juab High volunteered and presented booths, utilizing their various talents to help the children enjoy their day. Katie Davis (Visual Arts), Emily Wilson (Speech and Drama), and Mette Covington organized an art and craft booth. Rachelle Terry (Dance) aided Nikkii Sperry with teaching a portion of a dance routine from the upcoming JFAC "Wizard of Oz" play. McKinzey Wickel (Science), Kolten Kendall (Social Science), and Katie Wickel demonstrated various hands-on science experiments to the audience. Jacob Olsen (General) helped with the concessions stand. Not only did the children enjoy their day but so did the students volunteering. Pictured left to right are Katie Wickel, Katie Davis, Emily Wilson, McKinzey Wickel, Rachelle Terry, Kolten Kendall, Jacob Olsen, and Mette Covington.