Archive for FAMILY

  • January 14, 2020

    Angels Arrived

    By Connie Zdunich I had a magical childhood. My “Papa” was a tall, strong man who stood as straight as a tree. He was not well educated, and he had a rather hard life. He was a logger by trade, and harvesting trees in his day was hard work. However,...

  • January 14, 2020

    Cycling Without Age: Can a Little Bike Ride Change the...

    By Cycling Without Age Southgate Senior Living  Much has been said and written about providing adequate care for our seniors. Despite the best efforts, many of them will experience loneliness and isolation due to their age, limited mobility, and frail conditions. It’s been proven that daily outings improve not only...

  • January 14, 2020

    Love Shouldn’t Hurt

    By Colleen Kendall   It was her eyes that first grabbed my attention, even before the black and blue bruises covering the landscape of her face, the swollen right eye, the protruding lip, or the outline of hand marks on her arms—all indicators that she had been the recent victim...

  • November 13, 2019

    In Search of a White Christmas

    By Lyman Hafen   One of the most pressing questions of my boyhood in St. George was how to reconcile the words of the Christmas songs I heard with the place where I lived. As a little boy in the early 1960s, I was growing up in a place where...

  • November 12, 2019

    Myth Versus Reality: The Benefits of Modern Senior Living

    By Southgate Senior Living   Frequently, the events presented on headline breaking news about senior living cast a shadow over the absolutely stellar and brilliant service being provided to seniors.  The options, amenities, services, and quality of life provided to seniors today have come a long way from the stigma...

  • November 11, 2019

    The Story of the Come Unto Me Sculpture

    by Ted Spilsbury   The beautiful, present-day Spilsbury Mortuary was completed in the fall of 1996 and is a dream come true. From its inception, our mortuary has been the benefactor of many promptings and manifestations, one in particular being the Come Unto Me sculpture.    In 1997, I was...

  • September 9, 2019

    Connecting Health and Family History

    by Charlene Paul   All people have traits that make them who they are. Passed down from parents to children, these can be physical traits, such as webbed toes, long legs, or green eyes,  or personality-type traits, such as compassion, intelligence, and musical ability.  Conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and...

  • September 9, 2019

    Discovering Greater Zion

    By Lyman Hafen   “The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”   – Marcel Proust I recently stopped at a store on Telegraph Street between the cities of St. George and Washington.  As I waited at the sales counter, I looked out the...

  • September 9, 2019

    Elf the Musical

    By Lisa Larson   Since its 2003 debut on the silver screen, the film Elf has become a must-watch Christmas movie tradition for many people. All the magic of the movie is now coming to life on stage with more music, more dancing, and more festive fun in the heart-warming...

  • September 9, 2019

    Youth Diaries: Scrunchanies

    By Stephanie Dansie   My name is Stephanie Dansie. I’m a recent graduate from Desert Hills High School where I was a member of the SUSA Club and the swim team. I love spending time with my family and friends. I also enjoy creating, designing, sewing, doing arts and crafts,...

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