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Santaquin Mayor touts community activities, welcoming atmosphere

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By Kirk Hunsaker

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As the Mayor of Santaquin City, I would like to thank you for your interest in our community. We welcome new growth and hope that everybody moving into our community feels welcome and can be a part of the small-town feel that we cherish. We are so fortunate to live in this family-oriented community that is rich in history and agriculture.

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Santaquin is home of the wonderful Orchard Days celebration that takes place at the beginning of August which includes a rodeo, parades and many family activities. We have recently been exploring the options of further utilizing the rodeo grounds as a concert venue and have an exciting announcement that will be made in the coming weeks. We are also proud of the many other activities that can be found through our library, museum, recreation department and various local businesses. We take pride in and support our local businesses and are excited to support future economic development in our hometown.

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We are proud to live in an area that finds serving others not only rewarding but essential in building a strong sense of community. Residents are encouraged to look for opportunities to help their neighbor, become more involved in a worthy cause and find a way to serve the community in some capacity.

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With all that Santaquin has to offer, it’s no wonder that we have seen continuous growth. Whether you are a business or a resident, we welcome you all and know that you will find what you are looking for in Santaquin City.

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