32 tons

… of trash get hauled out of LaVell Edwards Stadium after every BYU football game. The Stadium of Fire usually yields 20-25 tons of trash.

5-6 hours

… is the time it takes to clean LaVell Edwards Stadium after a football game.


… people clean up the stadium after each football game.


… full-time staff members are responsible for setup and maintenance of LaVell Edwards Stadium.

Source: Todd Munger, Stadium Manager

LaVell Edwards Stadium Concessions Items sold during one football game
• 5,378 water bottles
• 5,763 bags of chips
• 17,813 fountain drinks
• 1,305 hamburgers and cheeseburgers
• 9,733 hot dogs
• 1,833 slices of pizza
• 1,484 tubs of popcorn

Source: Aaron Black, General Manager of Concessions

Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

[OCT. 1] Paint the Town Purple; Ribbon tying 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Historic County Courthouse in Provo.
[OCT. 8] 5K run at 4 p.m., UVSC. All proceeds will go the House of Hope. To register contact Susan at (801) 371-1195.
[OCT. 15] Domestic Violence Vigil honoring victims of domestic violence, 7 p.m., Provo Library at Academy Square.
[OCT. 24-25] Dollhouse Festival at the Provo Marriott. All proceeds will go to the Children’s Justice Center.


• In 2002 the Utah Domestic Violence Link line received 4,356 calls.
• The Center for Women and Children in Provo received 3,500 calls to their hotline in 2002 and sheltered 122 women and 141 children.
• In 2002 two Utah County women were murdered by their husbands.
• The Division of Child and Family Services in Utah County investigated 554 cases where children witnessed domestic violence in their homes.
• In 2002 the Orem Police Department had 590 cases of Domestic Violence, and the Provo Police Department had 510.
• In 2002 813 protective orders were filed in Utah County.
ONE THIRD of women in Utah have experienced emotional abuse during the past year.
20 PERCENT of women in Utah say their children witness or hear verbal abuse, while 7 percent report their children witness or hear physical abuse.

If you or someone you know needs help call 1-800-897-LINK.

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