"The whole festival is all centered on strengthening individuals and families that come and helping them feel gratitude for the things that they have already overcome, but then also feel strength and empowered to keep on going and keep on strengthening themselves and their lives," Wade said.
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"We're made to be great," Tami Hymas, founder of BeUtofullness told BYU-Idaho Radio. "We use fear to let us settle and that's not okay."
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"Skiing and snowboarding is super important for children to learn," Tony Harrison, publicist for the Idaho Ski Areas Association, told BYU-Idaho Radio. "During the winter, it can be pretty challenging for parents to find things to keep their kids active and fifth and sixth graders are at a crucial age in their development where they're choosing healthy lifestyle activities including...skiing and snowboarding."
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"The one thing I love about Rexburg, I also have experienced this at other Mormon schools like BYU in Provo, is you get all these different cultures...all these different types of people from different states and different, even countries, and they all come to this little town with one common goal."
September 12READ MORE