New full-ser­vice pho­tog­ra­phy stu­dio opens in Springville

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Oak & Ivory Stu­dio held its grand open­ing on Sat­ur­day, Sept. 17. Springville’s only full-ser­vice pho­tog­ra­phy stu­dio is now up and run­ning at 138 N. Main. Home to six vet­eran pho­tog­ra­phers, full ser­vice means that from pre-con­sul­ta­tion to de­liv­ery of the high­est qual­ity archival wall art, al­bums and prints, clients will be very well taken care of.

Brandy Dial ( doll­face photo), Jo­ce­lyn Coo­ley ( El­e­vated Pho­tog­ra­phy), Re­bekah Hatch ( Hatch Pho­tog­ra­phy), Angie Clayson ( Angie Clayson Pho­tog­ra­phy), An­gela Richards ( An­gela Richards Pho­tog­ra­phy) and Ash­ley Tay­lor ( Ash­ley Tay­lor Pho­tog­ra­phy) have ex­pe­ri­ence in fam­ily, wed­ding, new­born, ma­ter­nity, Lemon & Sage Ar­ti­san Kitchens, Bak­ery boudoir and birth pho­tog­ra­phy. Ses­sions and Mar­ket opened on Aug. 27 on can be held in one of the two in­door, all- Main Street in Springville. The com­pany white shoot­ing rooms or out­doors on lo­ca­tion. was founded out of a de­sire to pro­vide op­por­tu­ni­ties Beau­ti­ful sample prod­ucts will be for small busi­nesses to flour­ish on hand for clients to look at and com­pare and bring a vi­brant ad­di­tion to Main be­fore or­der­ing their own gal­leries, Street while pro­vid­ing an al­ter­na­tive to col­lec­tions and al­bums. This is a won­der­ful mass-pro­duced, pro­cessed food for the lo­cal op­por­tu­nity to doc­u­ment pre­cious com­mu­nity. times with fam­ily and once- in- a- life­time Lemon & Sage is an in­cu­ba­tor kitchen events. or a place where any­one can grow a food-

To con­tact Oak & Ivory, send an e-mail based busi­ness. Many times, the only to oakivorys­tu­dio@gmail.com or call thing stand­ing in the way of a suc­cess­ful 801-855-6522. en­tre­pre­neur is ac­cess to a com­mer­cial kitchen, and the cost of start­ing one can be daunt­ing.

Lemon & Sage re­moves this hur­dle by pro­vid­ing beau­ti­ful, well-equipped com­mer­cial kitchens cer­ti­fied by the County Health De­part­ment and the State De­part­ment of Agri­cul­ture. Their kitchens and bak­ery were cre­ated to help lo­cals launch small food busi­nesses while the Mar­ket­place

Weed Man Utah County has been named Busi­ness of the Month for Sep­tem­ber 2016 by the Payson San­taquin Area Cham­ber of Com­merce. Weed Man Utah County is a lo­cally owned and op­er­ated lawn care com­pany that spe­cial­izes in lawn fer­til­iza­tion and weed con­trol. It ser­vices all of Utah and Juab coun­ties. Weed Man uses only the finest qual­ity prod­ucts on cus­tomers’ lawns that are ap­plied by the most highly trained, ex­pe­ri­enced lawn care pro­fes­sion­als. When uti­liz­ing its com­plete lawn care pro­gram in com­bi­na­tion with proper wa­ter­ing and cut­ting pro­ce­dures, Weed Man guar­an­tees a health­ier, bet­ter-look­ing lawn. The busi­ness is guided by the phi­los­o­phy “Prom­ises Kept.” It’s a sim­ple phi­los­o­phy, but with so many lawn care com­pa­nies to choose from, Weed Man Utah County knows that it must make a dif­fer­ence in the way it treats cus­tomers and their lawns.

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