Wednesday, August 29, 2018

AFTD Hawaiian Plate Sale Fundraiser - Food For Thought Event 2018


"Delicious Food for a GREAT cause!"


Saturday, October 6, 2018




9747 S. 1600 W. 
South Jordan, UT 84095


Meats - Katsu Chicken, Teriyaki Chicken, Kalua Pork

Sides - Mac Salad, White Rice

Dessert - PB & Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Drinks - Water & Coke Products

Musubi -
 (Spam musubi is a popular snack and lunch food in Hawaii composed a slice of grilled Spam on top of a block of rice wrapped together with nori dried seaweed in the tradition of Japanese omusubi.)


Musubi - $2

4 Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Cookies - $2

1 Meat Plate with 2 Sides - $8

2 Meat Plate with 2 Sides + Drink - $10

3 Meat Plate with 2 Sides + Drink + Dessert - $12

Contact Paul 'Ahota'e'iloa for any questions you may have at 
Email -

Donations can be made at 


Locate Utah Homes is happy to announce that we are hosting a fundraiser event to raise awareness and money for The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration. All donations and money will go directly to AFTD to help with research, support, education, awareness, and advocacy.


What is FTD? FTD stands for Frontotemporal Dementia or Degeneration. It is a progressive decline in behavior and/ or language and memory loss. This affects the ability to care for themselves, such as basic needs & daily living. The average age of onset for FTD is in the late 50's. There is no treatment to cure or slow the progression of FTD.

Please donate or purchase a plate to help us find a cure and help support other families dealing with Frontotemporal Dementia.

Meet Cindy. We are doing this fundraiser in honor of Cindy. Cindy was diagnosed back in April of 2014, with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), at the age of 56. She is now 61. She is a mother of 3 children, and she has 5 grandkids. Help us fight this horrible disease, and help find a cure.

Follow Cindy's FTD Journey at -

Thank you to our sponsors and the many people who have been so willing to provide service & donations for this event! We appreciate it so much! If you'd like to sponsor this event or make a donation, please contact, Paul Ahotaeiloa at 801-414-4335. Thank you!

Many thanks to . . . . 

Tialino Catering

Lady Vipers Rugby Team

Ibex Home Warranty

Citywide Home Loans with Brett Wilson

Locate Utah Homes

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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Syracuse Heritage Days Activity & Firework Schedule 2018

It's that time of year, Davis County! It's Syracuse Heritage Days! Heritage Days is an annual SUMMER celebration!

Here is the schedule for the activities on June 28, 29 & 30th, 2018 . . . .

Thursday, June 28th

4PM - Carnival Opens

4PM - All-Star Baseball

4PM - Minor League

5PM - Major League

6PM - Teen Night

Friday, June 29th

4PM - Carnival Opens

5PM - Vendor Booths Open

6PM - Fairytale Celebration

7PM - Improv Comedy

8PM - Fire  Dancers

DUSK - Family Movie Night

Saturday, June 30th

7AM - 5K Fun Run @ Tanner Clinic

7:30AM - Pancake Breakfast @ Community Center

9AM - Parade

11AM - Vendor Booths

All Day Long - Entertainment

All Day Long - Carnival

8:30PM - Concert in the Park



Founders Park -
1500 S. 1900 W. in Syracuse, UT.

For more information about the Syracuse Heritage Days, visit this website -

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

SPACIOUS Eastside Sandy Home with 5 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms For Sale

Today's featured property is a move-in ready home in Sandy, Utah.  It includes: 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, central air, cul-de-sac living, RV Parking, &  MORE.

(MLS #1533201)

5 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms

3,788 Square Feet

0.24 Acres

Central Air

11643 S. Player Cir.
Sandy, UT 84092
For more information, please contact:

Listing agent, Leslie Garso
CENTURY 21 Everest Realty Group 

Search ALL Sandy listings by visiting this free -  easy to use website. **

Monday, June 25, 2018

Taylorsville Dayzz Activity & Firework Schedule 2018

It's about that time of year again! It's time for the Taylorsville Dayzz festivities. Are you looking for something to do this weekend?

Here is the schedule for the activities on June 28, 29 & 30th, 2018 . . . .

Event Schedule

Thursday, June 28th

4-11PM -  Carnival Bonus Night
(Special Family Night: 10 rides for $10)

7PM - IMAGINE (Beatles Tribute) with the WV Symphony & Cannons

9:30PM  - Jumanji (edited version) Movie in the Park

Friday, June 29th

4-11PM - Carnival Rides

8PM  - Desperado (Eagles Tribute)


Saturday, June 30th

Starting at 7AM - 5K FunRun, Parade, All Day Entertainment, Food and Craft Booths, Car Show, Carnival Rides, Pony Rides.

8PM - Stayin' Alive (BeeGees Tribute) with the Taylorsville Orchestra

10PM - Fireworks Extravaganza!!!


Valley Regional Park
- 5100 S. 2700 W. in Taylorsville, UT.

For more information about the Taylorsville Dayzz, visit this website -

Friday, June 22, 2018

9 Fun Weekend Activities For The Summertime in Utah!


This is the first weekend of the summer!! Here are a few activity ideas to get you started, if you don't have any weekend ideas or plans.

1. Backyard / Family & Friend BBQ. It's always great to hang out with family & friends with good food, and good company. You can't go wrong with a BBQ.

2. Take a Hike!! No seriously! There is no better way to enjoy the outdoors than going on a HIKE. You can view the amazing beauty, clear your thoughts, and get away from the busy life, for a few hours.

3. The Splash Pad. This is one way to cool off in the hot summer days! Why not, it's FREE!

4. Movies at the Park. There are a lot of free movies out there. If you are on a budget like most people are, why not take the whole family, to a free movie at the park. Check your local community park's website, because most will post what movie & dates they are playing movies for free.

5. Bike Ride. A bike ride is always fun. There is nothing like riding down the street with your family and friends. There are more trails and bike lanes out there now. A few good and safe bike trails for beginners, like my self, are at Legacy Parkway Trail, and Jordan River Parkway. They are great trails to ride. Check websites for local trails.

6. Camping. Another great way to spend time with your family and friends is to enjoy the outdoors. There is nothing like sleeping under the stars and hearing nature around you.

7. Snow Cone Run. There is something special about a snow cone in the summer time. It's a great way to treat and cool yourself off after a hot day!

8. Volunteer. A great way to give back to your community is to volunteer to help others. We all know someone that might need a little help. 

9. Fishing. This is my favorite activity to do. Why not make memories about the big one you caught! If you can't make it to the lakes or reservoir, no problem. There are a lot of fishing ponds in your local community. Check the DWR website to find your local ponds.

I hope you have a great summer! 

I hope these few summertime weekend idea's will help you get started for some weekend fun!

Paul Ahotaeiloa