The governor and first lady take their pie judging responsibilities very seriously (2014 Utah State Fair)
The governor and first lady enjoy taking a turn around the ring at the 2014 Utah State Fair
Comparing pie notes at the 2014 Utah State Fair
State Fair officials and Governor and Mrs. Herbert pose with a pie contest winner (2014 Utah State Fair)
Governor and Mrs. Herbert and "friend" pose for a photo at the 2014 Utah State Fair
First Lady Jeanette Herbert, Mr. Gilbert C. Allington, and Governor Gary Herbert
Centenarian Event guest, Gilbert C. Allington, age 101, chats with Governor and Mrs. Herbert
At the Centenarian Celebration, Governor and Mrs. Herbert pose for a photo with Utah's oldest woman, Anna Mancuso, who is 110 years old
Mountain View students are engaged as the first lady reads to them in her role as a Scholastic Books Reading Ambassador
Mrs. Herbert and a member of the staff hand out books to the students at Mountain View from Scholastic.
Mountain View Elementary student group photo
Ms. Mancuso enjoys her conversation with the governor and first lady
Mountain View Elementary students pose for a photo with their new books from Scholastic
Mountain View Elementary staff, First Lady Herbert and Education Advisor Tami Pyfer
The First Lady enjoys reading to first grade students at Bacchus Elementary School.
Students look and listen as Mrs. Herbert shares a storybook with them.
Mrs. Herbert, honorary chair of the Child Care Committee at the Refugee Center, welcomes guests to a reception held at the Governor's Mansion.
The first lady and Thurl Bailey, Governor Gary Herbert's ambassador to Utah's Refugee Community, pose for a photo.
Comic Con comes to Utah
Springville Junior High Honorees
Governor and Mrs. Herbert hand out treats at the Governor's Office Staff Halloween Party.
The Marty Carpenter family join the governor and first lady for a Halloween Party photo.
Governor and Mrs. Herbert learn about the ornaments created by third grade students from Venture Academy.
The students listen as the governor speaks to them about giving and service.
The governor and first lady pose for a photo with class members and other guests.
Mrs. Herbert takes the children on a tour of the Governor's Mansion.
The First Lady is greeted by an Ogden City policeman at the Parents Empowered event held at Bonneville High School.
Mrs. Herbert discusses the importance of parental involvement in helping students choose positive behaviors.
The First Lady participates in a Parents Empowered panel discussion.
The First Lady speaks with concerned parents who attended the Parents Empowered event.
Mrs. Herbert poses for photos with the Bonneville Junior High Student Council.
First Lady Jeanette Herbert and Mrs. Abby Cox enjoy the Utah Farm Bureau Women's Committee's luncheon.
Mrs. Herbert addresses luncheon attendees.
The First Lady speaks about the necessity of teaching children the value of work.
First Lady Jeanette Herbert signs autographs at the beginning of the Prevention Dimensions event at the Salt Lake Bees ball park.
Mrs. Herbert and her grandson, Kylan, stand at attention for the National Anthem.
The first lady addresses the crowd and encourages them to make healthy choices.
Mrs. Herbert leads the pledge to stay drug free.
The first lady presents a declaration from the governor.
First Lady Jeanette Herbert is greeted by students at Westmore Elementary School.
Mrs. Herbert joins Westmore students for a group photo.
The students listen attentively as the first lady reads to them.
One of the favorite books is Giraffes Can't Dance by Giles Andreae.
First Lady Jeanette Herbert chats with Deanie Wimmer of KSL at a Select Health Awards luncheon.
Mrs. Herbert receives an award for her initiative, Uplift Families, from Select Health's President and CEO, Patricia R. Richards.
The first lady addresses luncheon attendees.
Select Health awardee Reed Hahne joins Mrs. Herbert at the podium.
A group of luncheon guests join the first lady for a photo.
A luncheon guest shares her insights with the governor and first lady.
Mr. Wilford Zaugg joins Governor and Mrs. Herbert for a photo at the luncheon.
Governor and Mrs. Herbert greet guests attending the Annual Centenarian Luncheon.
Visiting with luncheon guests is a joy.
The governor and first lady are very pleased to welcome the 3 millionth Utahn
As the governor looks on, Mrs. Herbert enjoys the new little bundle.
The governor and first lady are welcomed to the Salt Lake Refugee Center.
Governor and Mrs. Herbert learn about the services provided by the Refugee Center.
Selfies at the Center
Governor and Mrs. Herbert join Thurl Bailey and Refugee Center friends for a photo.
Governor and Mrs. Herbert welcome students from Franklin Elementary School to the Governor's Mansion.
The first lady thanks the students for making the decorations for the Christmas tree in the library.
Mrs. Herbert selected "Home for the Holidays" as this year's decorating theme.
The governor and first lady join the students for a photo in front of their beautifully decorated tree.
The first lady met with state Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) advisers and student leaders to discuss this non-profit national career and technical student organization.
The first lady attended a Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce Meeting and talked about her initiative, Uplift Families.
The first lady talks about the importance of family dinner time on a KUTV cooking segment.
Mrs. Herbert joins Tami Vincent and KUTV personnel for a photo.
Miss Utah, Krissia Beatty, joins the governor and first lady for a photo.
The first lady and the governor participate in La Verkin Elementary School's Read to Lead Commencement Day by sharing a favorite book with kindergarten students.
Governor and Mrs. Herbert encourage the students to enjoy reading all summer.
The first lady addressed attendees at the Utah Council of the Blind Training Conference. She emphasized her appreciation for the many contributions people with disabilities make to the state.
Mrs. Herbert, a scouting award recipient, and Governor Herbert join others who also participated in the Influential Women in Scouting Awards evening for a photo.
Cheryl Lant, former Primary General President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Governor Gary Herbert, and First Lady Jeanette Herbert
Governor Herbert, Pualani Graham, Influential Women in Scouting Chair and Advancement/Recognition Chair, and Mrs. Herbert
Community Outreach in 2014
Utah's First Lady Jeanette Herbert loves serving and interacting with Utah's citizens and business community, especially the children. First Lady Herbert considers it a great privilege to host the many diplomatic visitors to Utah.