Geraldine Beard, the first black educator in Weber County Schools, says the parents were sometimes the hardest to deal with when being a minority teacher.
Geraldine Beard, the first black educator in Weber County Schools, says her students got to see a different perspective and point of view from her teachings.
“We don’t have a job here for you.” a secretary said to Geraldine Beard, the day she went to interview at Ogden City Schools. Beard was the first black educator in Weber County Schools.
Charlene Wilson, a retired educator in Ogden City School District, talks about her repeated denial and discrimination when applying to become a principle.
Charlene Wilson, retired educator of Ogden City Schools, says she had no tolerance for the “N” word or any other name calling. She wanted to make sure that everyone in the classroom was respected.
His beautiful blue eyes sparked the first time they met, says Krystal. They met in an auto shop.
It was a set up that never happened until they met at a funeral. David didn’t know how he felt about dating a red head and Janet wasn’t keen on a blind date. Jazz and a cold winter evening brought them together.
Both OWLs of Utah ( Older Wiser Lesbians), Colleen and Jolene Mewing met at a concert and have to wedding anniversaries.
Sharon shouted across the classroom in their high school drama class to get Freddie’s attention. They became best friends before they started dating.
Larry claims he saw Lily at church but Lily doesn’t remember Larry until they ended up working at the same place.
Chef Denny Fnu is a Teppanyaki Chef at Tokyo Station in Ogden. Denny says cooking great Teppanyaki is about more than just taste, it is also about entertainment and presentation.
Denny Fnu is Ogden’s teppanyaki chef at Tokyo Station. Cooking in front of customers is about more than just making great food.