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Heber Valley Insider: January 2020

Heber Valley Insider: January 2020

  • Posted on Jan 24, 2020 at 3:46:00 PM

You know that saying, “hindsight is always 20/20”, meaning that things become clearer when we realize we could have acted, said, or done something different in the past? Why does the past always have to be clearer? Why can’t we have a clear and focused future? In the optometry world 20/20 vision refers to the clarity or sharpness of your vision. This year as we celebrate a new decade and enter into 2020 let’s create a clear future for Heber Valley. Read more...

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