Serve Daily Corner
Moving Forward and continual growth
Asthe June papers were delivered, many locations informed us that people wanted the paper more often. At Amber’s Family Restaurant in Spanish Fork we hear that people love to read it, as seems common throughout south Utah Valley. Hence, we are listening and plan on becoming a weekly paper. We made the announcement at the Nebo Economic Summit and to the Spanish Fork Rotary and were provided with much support.
Visit servedaily.com/events to find fun events to go to or post your events. Eventually, events posted online will be listed in the weekly paper. We plan on providing space for births, awards, missions, marriage, obituaries and so forth for low cost or free.
In this issue we introduce a new section, “SD Service Station” (See page 5). This section will be a place for people to give shout outs of gratitude to people in the community that they didn’t get a chance to thank or share a brief story complimenting someone or some group. Why did we call it the SD Service Station? Years ago a friend introduced me to the movie, “Peaceful Warrior”. A conversation between Socrates and Dan Millman takes place where Millman asks Socrates why he is working at a gas station. Socrates replies, “This is a service station. We offer service. There’s no higher purpose.” Sarcastically Millman replies, “Than Pumping gas?” Socrates replied, “Service to others.”
We hope you will enjoy these sections as they take shape and participate and take a proactive interest in Serve Daily. We welcome your stories, Your Voice. Together, as we Serve Daily those around us we can become the kind ones and be a great influence for good.
(Note: We are doing our best and ask you for your patience as we make mistakes, continue to learn, improve, expand, and provide a valuable community resource. We do appreciate the phone calls, letters, emails, and so forth which provide us with constructive criticism.)