Events for 2011
December 14, 2011 - The Haslams issue Christmas Greetings to One and All
October 31, 2011 - Happy Halloween - Haslam Pumpkins 2011
From left to right the artists are Angie Hanks, Kevin Hanks, Mike Haslam, Stephanie Braithwaite
July 31, 2011 Brinlee and Brock
Sherry is in heaven with her new mixed-pair (grand-kids this time). Brinlee Haslam and Brock Haslam, born June 16 and July 22 respectively. These two cousins have names that are more like "twins" than Michael and Angela.
July 25, 2011 - Days of 47 Parade - Salt Lake City, Utah
The "Days of 47" parade is held annually in Salt Lake City to commemorate the arrival of the Mormon Pioneers in 1847. The theme this year "Press Forward Pioneers". The weather this year was unusually cloudy and cool. A slide show of many of the floats can be found here. Click the "i" button in the controls to turn on captioning. [Photos by Kevin and Angela Hanks]
Hole in the Rock Pioneers -- South Jordan Country Crossing Stake
July 22, 2011 - First Grandson
Brock McKay Haslam, our second Grandchild was born Friday afternoon. He weighed in at 7 pounds 14 ounces and was 20.5 inches in length. Brock is the son of Robert and Desiree Haslam.
Photos by Angela Hanks
June 16, 2011 - Our first grandchild, Brinlee Haslam was born this morning.
Brinlee Jade Haslam weighed in at 6 pounds 10 ounces and was 19.5 inches in length. Brinlee is the daughter of Jared and Melissa Haslam. See the birthday video Baby Brinlee Video by Jared Haslam.
May 6, 2011 - Kevin D. Hanks (Angela's husband) received his Master of Science in Sociology
Kevin received his degree at the commencement exercises of the Graduate School of Utah State University at a ceremony held at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. At this event all of the graduate degrees awarded by all colleges and departments are presented and the individuals are all "hooded" by members of the faculty.
April 19, 2011 - University of Utah Mechanical Engineering - Design Day 2011
Michael and his team presented their "Senior Project" at Design Day 2011 help at the University of Utah's Olpin Student Union Ballroom.  They were  awarded a grade of A+- from the professor grading the senior projects. The team's project was titled "Ballistic Launcher".  It provided a gun that shoot plastic balls with a video sight to automatically track a moving car and shoot it.  Michael indicated they chose this project because it would allow those who came to see the projects to interact with the gun in manual mode. In that mode the gun would load and shoot under the control of a wireless Xbox Controller connected to Mike's computer.  Mike wrote the code which his Dad judged to be the most complex code of all the projects demonstrated at "Design Day 2011".  Dad was proud of Mike and his team's achievement. Michael and the Ballistic Launcher are pictured at the left.
Here come the grandchildren