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This is good news for our Lehi clients.
Utah has three of the safest cities in the U.S., according to a recent report released by NeighborhoodScout — Syracuse, in the top 25 safest communities; Kaysville, No. 43; and Lehi, No. 88.
While Utah doesn’t have a city in the top 10, out of the thousands of cities judged, being in the top 100 is not bad. The city of Lehi statistics could be called noteworthy because of its exponential growth seen in the last decade from a population of 25,000 to 50,000.
Don’t miss this exciting “Speak Like a Pirate Day” Event. The Hutchings Museum will be full of pirates and scallywags.
Come in costume and be a part of it all. Everyone will receive a goodie bag to fill with trinkets.
Friday Sept 20 and Saturday Sept 21st at 55 North Center St. , Lehi, Utah Admission $4.00
I’ve previously written about low cost pedicures and manicures and the reasons you should question them. In short when prices are lowered to an unreasonable level salons tend to cheat and reuse items that should be thrown away. Sanitary conditions slip when profit disappears.
Now there is another reason to watch our for “too good to be true” pricing. Salons in Europe and even Boston, San Jose, New Jersey and even York, PA have been found to operate as a front for human trafficking. The prices are dirt cheap because that’s not how the money is being earned. The girls that work there are forced to do nails by day and engage in prostitution at night.
It’s a horrible situation. While a nice fat price does not guarantee anything and a lower price does not automatically mean “human trafficking” you should be aware that it does exist.
Lehi city crews recovered resident’s wedding ring from the sewer after her child flushed it down the toilet. The city actually found the ring in the sewage system for her.
Story here: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865583008/Lehi-city-crews-recover-residents-wedding-ring-from-sewer.html
That just shows what kind of city Lehi is. She went to them and asked for help. They found it for her after sending out a crew. Try that in New York City!
The town of Lehi is in our customer area and we have many clients that are from Lehi. Incorporated in 1852 Lehi was formed well before the Civil War. Originally known as Dry Creek it was first settled by Mormon pioneers in 1850. Water was a problem so part of the American Fork creek was diverted to provide water.
Lehi has around 50,000 residents now and is growing. The city has many retail shops and businesses.
One of the more interesting businesses in Lehi is the Lehi Roller Mills. It produces local grains and breads but is most famous for being in the movie “Footloose” . It doesn’t seem all that long ago, but FootLoose was filmed in 1984.
Another business of note in Lehi is Thanksgiving Point. Founded by Alan Ashton of WordPerfect fame. The place is a farm like no other. It has movie theaters, shops, petting zoos, and hosts many conventions and shows constantly. Thanksgiving Point is so popular that it receives almost 2 million visitors a year. I believe that if Thanksgiving Point was not built that the land would now contain rows and rows of homes instead of the wonderful views we see now.
My favorite part of Thanksgiving Point in Lehi is the Museum of Ancient Life. It’s a world class museum of dinosaur’s and must be seen to be believed. Here you can virtually go back in time to see what earth was like 65 million years ago. It’s well worth a visit.
Lehi is a growing city and it will only get bigger and more exciting. We are proud that many of it’s residents choose to visit our salon.