The testimony of spring flowers: Power to bloom
There are a number of stunning tulip “The First Eight” families to officially gardens around that present wonderful eye settle Springville. A descendant of the candy for us to appreciate. It is a blessing Crandalls (four of the first eight families that we can cultivate and grow such. If belonged to the Crandall clan), Lauren we look beyond the gardens of our towns, Whiting is currently a sophomore at Maple we also find amazing beauty. With the wet Mountain High School who plans on winter and spring, we have been blessed studying film production. We think she is with desert wildflowers blooming in stark off to a good start, if this film is anything contrast to their environment. to go by. What we find here is the power of life
The DUP extends an invitation to the that the creator gives to the humble botanical public to stop in at the museum to view these short films about the history of Springville and Mapleton. Or, if you prefer watch them on YouTube, search for the “Springville Pioneer” channel or do a Google search for the titles listed above.
After you have watched them, you might be inspired to record your own family history, especially if you have an ancestral or historical connection to Springville. We encourage you to do so. Any film you produce (be mindful of fair use and copyright laws) can be sent to SpringMapleDUP@ gmail.com to be included on our YouTube channel and in the next Film Festival. creatures of our desert landscape. Think about the beautiful and productive life we see in a world that challenges life itself. This is testimony to the strength of life the creator gives us. Relate this to the challenges that we as human beings face and we all have within us the power to bloom in what sometimes appears to be an impossible environment. Let the little flowers of spring give us faith to overcome the challenges of life. Sometimes we just have to stop and look at the little things in life to appreciate the possibilities.