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Isolation creates even greater need to ‘get back to nature’

Now, with COVID-19 causing cancellations nationwide, many look to the outdoors for a break. Parents report the uncertainty and loneliness of quarantine has left many children feeling anxious

Help lines offer support for those struggling

As COVID-19 continues to play a role in lives and livelihoods it is important to know that there are many resources available in the community to support mental health needs.

Foundation makes donation to assist struggling families during Coronavirus crisis

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently donated $40,000 to help Community Action Services and Food Bank assist residents with emergency food, shelter, and housing during the COVID-19

Springville Memorial Day Program cancelled

In light of current health risk concerns, there will be no Memorial Day Program at Springville’s Evergreen Cemetery this year. We hope to see you all next year. Thank a Veteran

ThebrSpringville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce recently gathered for the Open Housebrand Ribbon Cutting for Oasis Community Art and Learning Center.

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Civic leaders, chamberbrmembers, visitors and royalty, including Miss Utah, Miss Springville and Mr.brand Miss Inspiration were on hand to help in the celebration of the center.

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The center is devotedbrto people who overcome significant obstacles every day and produce magnificentbrcreations in the refuge of Oasis!

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TURN CommunitybrServices is a Utah non-profit organization founded by parents in 1973 to createbralternatives to institutions for their children and other family members withbrdisabilities. In 46 years, TURN has grown to serve nearly 850 individuals in 15brUtah counties, offering a full range of residential, day, employment, familybrsupport, and respite services. For more about TURN or Oasis, contact DavebrHennessey at (801) 376-6844 or davehennessey@turndreams.org.

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Isolation creates even greater need to ‘get back to nature’

Now, with COVID-19 causing cancellations nationwide, many look to the outdoors for a break. Parents report the uncertainty and loneliness of quarantine has left many children feeling anxious

Help lines offer support for those struggling

As COVID-19 continues to play a role in lives and livelihoods it is important to know that there are many resources available in the community to support mental health needs.

Foundation makes donation to assist struggling families during Coronavirus crisis

The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation recently donated $40,000 to help Community Action Services and Food Bank assist residents with emergency food, shelter, and housing during the COVID-19

Springville Memorial Day Program cancelled

In light of current health risk concerns, there will be no Memorial Day Program at Springville’s Evergreen Cemetery this year. We hope to see you all next year. Thank a Veteran

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