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Historic church in Springville remains gathering place for faithful

Brigham Young and the Mormon settlers of Utah welcomed non-Mormon people to the areas settled by the Mormons on the condition that no persecution of the Saints would take place.

Once Upon a Mattress

“Once Upon a Mattress” directed by Robinne Booth. The show runs Aug. 26, 29-31 at 7:30 pm and Sept. 2 at 3 p.m. at Payson High School. Photo By Ed Helmick

Retirement Ceremony Shows Respect for Flag

On July 16, a retirement ceremony was held in conjunction with Spanish Fork Fiesta Days at the Spanish Fork Arena. This was the 21st year of the event in Spanish Fork.

On Augustbr22, Ed and I attended opening night of “Once Upon a Mattress” directed bybrRobinne Booth.  This was a production ofbrthe Payson Community Theater and Performed on the Payson High School Stage.brThis was one of the first productions we had not been part of since thebrbeginning.  It is always fun to watch thebrperformers grow in their roles as they become the characters they are playing.


Thebrcostuming was wonderful, and the music and dancing made the show come alive.


The castbrincludes ten performers in their first role, and three who are returning to thebrstage after taking long breaks.


The showbrruns Aug. 26, 29-31 at 7:30 pm and Sept. 2 at 3 p.m. at Payson High School. (Contributedbrto Serve Daily by Janice Helmick. Photo By Ed Helmick)

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