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Grace Bible provides food and clothes for needy

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On Saturday, December 16, Grace Bible Church in Springville will open its doors to provide free food and clothing to those in need. They will be open from 10 a.m. to noon. The program, called Saturday Grace, happens on the third Saturday of every month. Community...

A Country Christmas: Benefit concert for Tabitha’s Way

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By Wendy Osborne On Monday, December 18, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., three incredibly talented country acts will come together at Pleasant Grove Jr. High School to obtain critically needed items, volunteer service, and funds for a wonderful local food pantry with locations in...

RSVP Socks for Souls drive

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By Katie Chase Each year Mountainland Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteers organize a service project in honor of the Martin Luther King Day of Service. This year, RSVP is collecting new pairs of socks in any size and color and distributing them to...

Springville neighborhood gives aid to Mexican quake victims

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SPRINGVILLE -- In September, two powerful earthquakes rocked the Mexico City region, toppling buildings, leaving hundreds dead and thousands without basic necessities. One Springville neighborhood went to work, collecting food and hygiene items for those in a continent away. Their donations were part of...

Tis the season to be giving

By Stephanie Ashcraft To support Tabitha's Way food bank and Toys for Tots, Hometown Healthcare, located next to ZuWire Fitness in Salem, will be hosting a Community Food and Toy Drive from now until December 15th. Tabitha's Way collects approximately 2 million pounds annually from community...

Building a foundation for a No Hunger Zone

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Last year Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in Spanish Fork provided temporary food assistance to approximately 30,000 individuals and redistributed 960,000 pounds of food equaling nearly 2,000,000 meals. In early 2017, they began construction on a new facility in Spanish Fork that will accommodate the...

Mt. Loafer Elementary helps Hurricane Harvey victims

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Mt. Loafer Elementary recently held a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Harvey. The school designated an official "Helping Hands for Harvey Day" in which students and faculty dressed as a "Texan" and were asked to donate $1 to schools devastated by the hurricane. Donations came...

Bullfighting for diabetes research

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Rodeo bullfighting is what rodeo clowns do to protect a bull rider who has gotten bucked off and may be attacked by the bull if not distracted. That job has evolved into its own rodeo event now known as freestyle bullfighting. It is a...

Mt. Nebo Jr. High helps students in need

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By Amy Ewell Many of the students at Mt. Nebo Jr. High School lack the basic nutrition and school supplies to successfully participate in class on a daily basis. We are currently fed by all Title I elementary schools and so our need is tremendous,...

What do you do after running a successful business?

Looking for a new goal after finding business success? The answer is to help others succeed and that is the current passion of Christy Clark. Clark’s first business was a photography studio, Cheapshots. At one time she had 25 employees and took photos from Salt...