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It's official; it's carved in stone! Raul Vasquez and his crew from Blue Mountain Stone were busy earlier this week preparing the sandstone sign, which formerly read “Meadow Park,” and will now reads “LaVern M. Johnson Park.”
6:30-8pm, Wednesday, June 28 at Oskar Blues
Join award-winning architect Dennis Humphries for an in-depth discussion. Talk to others who have similar interests at tables designated for different topics such as: children; adults and seniors; technology; people spaces and meeting rooms; teens;
To celebrate fifty years of continuous publication and add some fun to the Good Old Days celebration, the Lyons Recorder will conduct a “Yahtzee Subscription Drive” in Sandstone Park on Saturday afternoon, June 24. We will have five large “lawn dice,” and participants will be invited to give them a roll. Get a Yahtzee, and win a two-year subscription to the paper! Total more than 24 points on the five dice, and you get a one-year subscription at half price. Come on down to our booth and support your hometown newspaper.
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By Linda Pecone
There are five places in the world which are referred to as “Blue Zones. These zones are where people live the longest, healthiest lives. These zones are Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; Ikaria, Greece; and Loma Linda, California. In their work Michel Poulain and Gianni Pes came up with the term “Blue Zones” to describe villages and communities with extreme longevity hotspots.