Friday, October 27, 2006

Monday, 16 October

here is the daily recap for 10/16 on

Day 2 of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in Cache Valley brought a couple of pleasant surprises for local residents.
Extreme Makeover’s own Ed Sanders surprised students at Logan High and Adams Elementary during morning assemblies organized by the Utah State University’s team of public relations representatives for the popular ABC show. Ed charmed the enthusiastic students with his British accent and humor. It seemed to be the perfect touch as students received flyers and learned about the upcoming events that will celebrate Cache Valley’s community spirit and the well-deserved selection of the Pauni family.
Loyal fans know that Day 2 is the time to move out the family’s belongings in preparation for tomorrow’s demolition. An efficient and hard-working crew from Utah State University’s Latter-Day Saints Students Association accomplished that task in good form.
As spectators stood by anxiously awaiting the start of this once-in-a-lifetime dream home project and, of course, a few celebrities, a few patient fans were lucky enough when Extreme Makeover’s Preston Sharp stopped by to shake hands and chat for a few moments.
Cache Valley is a tight-knit community and considering the Pauni family has nine children and a hard-working mother who are well known and well liked, volunteers are stepping up from every corner of the valley, delighted to help make this dream come true. There are many great opportunities to share in this fantastic community experience so don’t hesitate to sign up today!

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