Built in 1920 as an anniversary gift for a wealthy steel baron’s wife, the Log Haven has its roots in romance and has become the premier destination for family retreats, weddings and celebrations of love.
With its own private lake, a nationally acclaimed chef, private meadows and endless outdoor actitivites, it is no wonder that this Utah destination has racked up the awards.
Correction: Wrong Tetra Named In Wednesday, November 3, 2010 edition article: Representation and Warranty Follow-Up the name of a company was not correct.
It was an error on the writer’s part as the Allied Health documentation had the correct name, but not the article itself.
Known as the “official street preachers”, these people see themselves as old bible prophets preaching to a sinful world. Pride always treats us well, and we are glad to give back to the community.
Posted in Interfaith, LGBT, Other, religion, tagged First Baptist Church SLC, Interfaith Service, Salt Lake Pagan Society, Utah Pride Festival 2016, Utah Pride Interfaith Coalition on June 2, 2016| Leave a Comment » The 15th Annual Utah Pride Interfaith Coalition Interfaith Service kicked off 2016 Utah Pride Festival.
In proofing, the error was not caught by the editor.
There was the Gala on May 31, the interfaith service on June 1, with the opening on Friday there was more opportunity for varied entertainment, drag queen story time, panels, and even protesters out at the festival gates.
When an article is signed by the writer, it is considered a “by line.” It reflects the opinion and research of the writer.
It is considered “bias” as it is the writer’s viewpoint.
Men caressing a silky scarf, like they might a woman.
Three years ago, former Utahn Michael Ferguson, a gay Latter-day Saint, and three Orthodox Jews sued the nonprofit group JONAH (Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing), which offers reparative therapy and had helped facilitate Journey retreats.