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Lemon Cream Cheese Pancakes

Food Friday - February 15, 2019

I am a huge breakfast person and believe that I could survive solely on breakfast foods. Any time the opportunity presents itself, whether on the weekends or the rare weekday morning occasion, I take full advantage of making a big breakfast. Breakfast staples can usually be found in my kitchen…

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Top Five Benefits of Stretching & Strengthening

Tips & Tricks - February 12, 2019

Exercise and staying in shape is often an important priority to anyone in retirement, but did you know that regular stretching could be just as important to staying limber? Below are five reasons why stretching should be a consistent habit in the routine of any active adult aged 55 and…

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Olive Oil & Ice Cream

Food Friday - February 8, 2019

Who doesn’t have olive oil in their pantry? It is a must-have in every kitchen. As a cook, one of the hardest things to find is a good olive oil. Ever wonder why your vinaigrette dressing doesn’t taste quite right? The low-grade “extra-virgin” olive oil is probably to blame. In…

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Walk Your Way on Miles of Paved Trails in St. George Utah

Tips & Tricks - February 5, 2019

If you are like many people, some days you get the urge to go for a walk. Nothing too strenuous, not a hike; a bike ride won’t do it. You want to go for a leisurely walk. When you live in SunRiver St. George, that’s easy. All you have to…

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Food Friday - February 1, 2019

I have always been a fan of Scandinavian tradition, culture, and design. Maybe it’s the fact that my ancestors are from Northern Europe, or because their appreciation for simplicity and functionality gave the world affordable, stylish furniture (they invented IKEA), or maybe it’s because of a delicious, fluffy, pancake ball.…

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Discovering Clubs at SunRiver – Gardening Club

Club Living - January 30, 2019

Growing a garden in St. George is different from many other places: the desert, the heat, the cold. If you moved to SunRiver from a more hospitable growing climate and your gardening efforts have been stymied by the desert, consider the gardening club. The club is fairly new to SunRiver—they…

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Stir-Fried Asparagus

Food Friday - January 25, 2019

Asparagus is a go–to vegetable for any meal, anytime, anywhere. I find it impressive and delicious to serve asparagus for breakfast, brunch, and weeknight dinners. Not to mention every holiday dinner. Need a quick upgrade to your meal? Asparagus. The vegetable is so versatile it can be served or prepared…

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7 Tips to Help you Relate to Your Grandchildren

Tips & Tricks - January 23, 2019

Relating to your grandchildren can be a joy for you, and fun for them too. You can be a stabilizing factor in your grandchild’s life. You can help them navigate their childhood and teenage years. For most of human history, grandparents have been essential to providing vital guidance and instruction.…

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Honeycomb Caramel Popcorn

Food Friday - January 18, 2019

Whether you are protesting to “save the bees” from dangerous climates and pesticides, or you just prefer a drizzle of sweet honey on your morning toast, bees and their honey are one of nature’s sweetest and most fascinating creatures. Respectively, even more active than the ant, a honeybee sets out…

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SunRiver Villas

Club Living, Resident Living - January 14, 2019

The new SunRiver Villas community is a great option for anyone looking for a new full-time or part-time residence. They’ve been designed with the owner in mind–with upgraded standards, modern architecture and efficient space-saving floor plans. The Villas are sure to impress any future buyer. Amenities include a beautiful new…

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