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Serve Daily readers can now post information for free online about their weddings, missionary announcements, birthdays, military news, Eagle Scout Awards, obituaries and other life events at www.ServeDaily.com.

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“In order to better serve our community and our readers, we are providing a place where residents can share the news of their lives with their neighbors,” said Serve Daily Publisher Chris Baird. “We hope that all will take advantage of this free service, both in submitting their news items and coming back to read about the important events taking place in south Utah County.”

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To submit your event, go to www.ServeDaily.com and click on the “Submit Content” link at top right corner. Then follow the instructions that will lead to filling out a form with your information and submitting a photo if you wish.

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A free community calendar highlighting local events is now also available at www.ServeDaily.com/calendar. Events may be submitted for this calendar free of charge as well.

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Serve Daily has also added a new section on its website called RAK, or Random Acts of Kindness. In an effort to showcase those in our community, stories will be posted there about local acts of service.

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Serve Daily is also planning activities promoting Random Acts of Kindness, including the Serve Daily RAK lapel pin and magnets that encourage the recipient to perform service for others. Serve Daily is seeking donations to fund these activities. For more information or to donate, contact Baird at 801-477-6845.

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The Serve Daily website is now mobile friendly and improvements are currently being made to make a business listing available as well as coupons for local businesses. For more information about advertising with Serve Daily, contact Baird at the number above.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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