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Monthly Archives: March, 2020

In This Issue: Serve Daily – April 2020

Remember to use be kind to change the world for the better. Learn about many people doing great things to serve their neighbors as we stand together while staying apart.

Mayor Presents Youth Awards

Every seat was filled at Springville’s City Council Meeting for the Mayor’s Youth Award presentations. The award recipients were being recognized for their incredible stories of being

Funnyish-Fun for Kids can be Hard Work

Kids just want to have fun. But, before kids can have fun, adults usually have to put in a lot of work.

College graduate realizes dream of sharing wonders of ocean with people of the desert

Serve Daily is about positive and uplifting people, organizations, and events. Occasionally while working on one story we find another amazing story behind the first story.

Miss Springville/Mapleton competition set for March 21

By Emily Whittle The Miss Springville/Mapleton competition is a beloved 52-year tradition in our community. Over the years it’s transformed from more of a beauty...

Viewpoint Frozen-Frozen: Coming to the Defense of Hans

I watched Frozen II recently, and honestly, I was disappointed. The makers of Frozen II promised the audience a redemption arc of Hans, the good guy who turned out to be the villain in the

Viewpoint Movies-Not All R Rated Films Are the Same

Growing up in an LDS family means trying to always do things considered spiritually uplifting or simply spiritually safe. This, of course, carried over into the world of entertainment

Viewpoint Music-We Must Find the Music for Children

Imagine a world where you walk into any room in any building, and everything is silent. Occasionally, you hear typing on a computer or a quiet voice whispering to another. However, the

Young scientists excel at STEM Fair

Nebo’s young scientists demonstrated their scientific knowledge the week of Feb. 19 by sharing their projects at the Nebo School District STEM Fair.

Sophomore studies on and off the field to be his best

For the past six months, Anderson Brown has been writing features on student-athletes, and as his mother, I have enjoyed watching him immerse himself in learning about other athletes and sports.

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