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Posted 05 Aug 2001   For week ended July 20, 2001
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2001 Awards of Excellence
The following awards were presented at the Mormon History Association's annual conference in Cedar City on May 18th:

2001 PEARL Awards Huge Success
Colors, George Dyer and the legendary Kurt Bestor swept the 2001 PEARL Awards held Friday night. Each respective group or artist happily walked away with three awards in their hands.

Dean Kaelin to perform at DC Visitor's Center 7/21/01
Composer, performer, EFY speaker and former semi-pro baseball player Dean Kaelin will be speaking and performing tomorrow, Saturday, July 21, 2001 at 7:00 pm at the Washington Temple Visitor's Center.

Teenage Dancers from Mainland Chins in Performance
The Embassy of the People's Republic of China cordially invites you and your family to a performance of the CHINA SICHUAN YOUTH DANCE DELEGATION at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 27 in the new 500-seat theater of the Washington D. C. Temple Visitors' Center. The performance is free and everyone is welcome.

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Osmond Back on Track After Post-Partum Depression
The Los Angeles Daily News reports that Marie Osmond is back to normal two years after the birth of her seventh child. Osmond, whose hormone levels plummeted and remained low after the birth, told the story of her fight with depression in her book, "Behind the Smile: My Journey Out of Postpartum Depression." "I was starved emotionally, hormonally," she said. "I was a wreck." She credits her recovery to treatment from holistic doctor Judith Moore and has since managed her life better, turning down roles in four Broadway shows and several television projects so she can spend more time with her children, she said. Her oldest son, Stephen, will leave for a two-year mission for the LDS Church next year.


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