Senior Event Calendar

SENIOR CITIZENS MONTHLY MOVIEWednesday, January 9, 2019 @ 1 p.m.(Unbroken: Path to Redemption)FREE ~ Please RSVP THINK TUESDAYTuesday, January 15, 2019 @ 10 a.m.(Three to Kings/Three Thirteen)FREE ~ Please RSVP BUS TRIPMonday, January 21, 2019 (Leaves at 6:30 p.m.)BEVERLY’S TERRACE PLAYHOUSE/I do! I do!$16.00 (Reservation required) LUNCH & BINGO/White Elephant Wednesday, January 30, 2019 @ 12 NoonSuggested donation of $3.00/personMust RSVP by 10 a.m. on … Continue reading Senior Event Calendar

Speckled Cloverleaf Rolls

By Shauna Havey from @haveyourselfatime           on InstagramCloverleaf rolls get their name because of their fun, distinctive shape that resembles a three-leaf clover.  Easy to make, and fun to eat, these buttery rolls break apart in perfect pieces to dunk into your favorite winter soup.  My version is sprinkled with a bit of parmesan and some red pepper flakes for a … Continue reading Speckled Cloverleaf Rolls

Library Expansion

Construction on the old Syracuse Library began in the middle of November, helping to ready the building for its large expansion. The renovation and expansion will invigorate the community around it.  “We are very excited to be able to move forward. We appreciate the patience of our patrons. We will not be able to keep the library open during construction because it would not be … Continue reading Library Expansion

Recipe: Stuffed Pepper Soup

It is COLD outside!  Combat the freezing temperatures with hot soup and fluffy rolls.  To make things easier, the soup is a one-pot meal! Stuffed Pepper Soup If you’re a fan of stuffed bell peppers, you will love this hearty, warm winter soup.  All the robust Italian flavors in the classic baked dish are here, but in an easy to throw together, one pot meal.  … Continue reading Recipe: Stuffed Pepper Soup

Monday Fun Day Activities

How to have fun when it’s too cold outside I don’t know about your family, but on those cold days, especially if we don’t have snow, we find ourselves spending way too much time in front of electronics. Coming up with ideas to keep the kiddos entertained on those days can be quite challenging. Pinterest has loads of ideas. Crafts, games, sewing projects and baking … Continue reading Monday Fun Day Activities

Don’t Be Almost, Decide to Be!

I used to have a serious problem with goals. I have always been a bit of a perfectionist and that can be painful when you set goals. Because if you set goals that stretch you, you are bound to fail sometimes, if not often. That does not sit well in the over-particular brain of a perfectionist. I became so frustrated with goals several years ago that … Continue reading Don’t Be Almost, Decide to Be!

Local Author Spotlight: John Lott

Syracuse houses many creative minds, one of them being John Lott. He has written four series, with three of them still in progress.  Mr. Lott isn’t only an author; he has been a teacher for 14 years and currently teaches sixth grade at Wasatch Peak Academy. “I love to bounce ideas off the kids [I teach]. If they don’t understand it, then I know I … Continue reading Local Author Spotlight: John Lott

Utah Furniture Direct

The great American entrepreneur is defined by several things. One of the most valuable is his ability to see an opportunity in doing things differently. Often, entrepreneurs can solve issues that bigger companies are unwilling or unable to solve because they are smaller and more agile with much smaller expenses. Utah Furniture Direct was born out of such an opportunity. For the past 14 years, … Continue reading Utah Furniture Direct

Life Insurance: Have you had “The Talk?”

Within the past ten months, there have been eight deaths of people whom I personally know or know their families. This is not counting those over the age of 65, as there are many more in the community who have passed away. I want to focus on the 18-45 years of age who were killed in an accident or from illness. I have personally spoken … Continue reading Life Insurance: Have you had “The Talk?”

Holiday Traditions

During the holiday season, we are reminded of the family traditions that provide the foundation for gatherings and festivities. Many of these traditions take place in the heart of the home, our kitchens. Often, our kitchens intertwine food and family, creating lasting memories for all generations. As I prepare for the holiday season in our home each year, I find myself digging out old torn … Continue reading Holiday Traditions