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List Of Mormon Tabernacle Choir Music Directors - Directors
... First director to lead the choir in the current Salt Lake Tabernacle building in regular performances Sands, RobertRobert Sands 1865–1869 Directed the choir for the first performance in the Salt Lake Tabernacle ... Careless 1869–1880 Had previously directed the Salt Lake Theatre Orchestra Beesley, EbenezerEbenezer Beesley 1880–1889 Composed 11 hymns, which are still included in the current LDS ...
Salt City Derby Girls
... The Salt City Derby Girls (SCDG) Banked Track league is based in Salt Lake City, Utah ... In 2011 The Salt City Derby Girls changed their focus and became a Banked Track Roller Derby League ... The Salt City Shakers compete nationally on both Banked Track and Flat Track ...
Salt Lake - Miscellaneous
... USS Salt Lake City, two United States Navy vessels. ...
Stephen Hale Anderson - Legal Career
... the law firm of Ray, Quinney Nebeker in Salt Lake City, Utah concentrating in business tax law and related litigation ... State Bar (1983-1984), and President of the Salt Lake County Bar Association (1977-1978), and was on the governing boards of those organizations from 1972 to 1985 ... Law School at Brigham Young University, and member of the Board of Governors of the Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce (Executive Committee, 1984-1985) ...
Salt Lake City Sparta
... Real Salt Lake Women (previously known as Salt Lake City Sparta, Salt Lake United, and Sparta United WSC) is an American women’s soccer team ...

Famous quotes containing the words lake and/or salt:

    These beginnings of commerce on a lake in the wilderness are very interesting,—these larger white birds that come to keep company with the gulls.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    These o protect from step Dames injury.
    And if chance to thine eyes shall bring this verse,
    With some sad sighs honour my absent Herse;
    And kiss this paper for thy loves dear sake,
    Who with salt tears this last Farewel did take.
    Anne Bradstreet (c. 1612–1672)