The past few weeks have been quite interesting to say the least. As the coronavirus has moved across the globe it is evident how much our planet has become smaller and that we are all part of a larger global community. But like all important things the solution always starts local. As our community faces the challenges of dealing with the coronavirus we should take comfort in the coordinated and collaborative approach our community officials have taken to help Heber Valley residents. Many are working long hours each day to provide our valley with accurate and timely information. That leaves the rest of us to do our part. First, stay calm and positive. Our actions speak louder than our words. If we stay calm it is contagious (in the good way). Next, follow the recommendations of public health officials. Find the most accurate and update info for our community at www.coronavirus.wasatch.utah.gov.
Finally, remember to support local businesses during this time. If you can purchase a gift card, make future reservations, or do a little early (or late) Christmas shopping as appropriate. Just remember we can come out of this better than we started if we choose to.
Memory Lane Ribbon Cutting:
On Tuesday, March 3, the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated with Lorna Topete and her family and friends the grand opening of her new business, Memory Lane, in Heber. Memory Lane located at 55 E Center Street, behind Zions Bank, is a new event venue space in the valley with approximately 4,000 square feet of open space to accommodate larger parties, meetings, reunions, receptions and much more. For more information about scheduling an event at Memory Lane contact Lorna for more information at 435-671-8233.
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