THE FAMILY PLACE IN HYRUM WELCOMES PUBLIC TO OPEN HOUSE Renovated Hyrum facility showcases building improvements and changes HYRUM, UT— The Family Place Utah will host an open house celebrating Hyrum’s Norma Miller, The Family Place Utah, on Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. with a program at 4:30 p.m. The open house will showcase the resources available to the south end of the Cache Valley community and provide a family-friendly event that includes a piñata, inflatables, snacks, races, and more. “Our goal is to welcome people, let them see the facility and educate them on the resources provided,” says Executive Director Esterlee Molyneux. “This building is the result of community, civic, business, private, non-profit and government coming together for a common goal…to build an easily accessible facility for families at the south end of the community to be edified, educated and uplifted.” The event will also honor Norma Miller, a friend and advocate of The Family Place Utah, who passed away November 13, 2014. Norma loved children and families; her husband, Junior Miller, made a generous donation to The Family Place Utah as a tribute to Norma and the charitable life she lived. Mark Bergeson, the lead volunteer contractor, will also be recognized for donating his professional services to the renovation that added an additional 2,300 square feet to the existing 1,300 square foot building. For more information about The Family Place Utah, visit call (435)-752-8880. The Family Place Utah, formally known as The Child and Family Support Center, was established in 1982. The nonprofit organization has a mission of strengthening families and protecting children in the Cache and Rich Counties. The programs provided include education classes for parents and children, counseling services, community activities, and a 24-hour respite nursery. The Family Place Utah is a resource for all families to strengthen and improve their relationships.