LAYTON -- Bruce N. Stanley, M.D., has joined the IHC Physicians Group at the Layton Health Center, 2075 N. 1200 West, in Layton.
He previously practiced at the Cache Valley Family Practice in Logan.
As a Family Physician, Dr. Stanley is extending to families and individuals of Davis County a full range of health care services, including general family medicine, maternity care and sports medicine.
He is now accepting new patients. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (801) 779-6200.
Stanley is a native Utahn originally from Provo and a medical graduate of the St. Louis School of Medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University. He completed a family practice residency at McKay-Dee Hospital Medical Center in Ogden.
Haslam re-elected to post
BOUNTIFUL -- A resident of Bountiful has been re-elected as industry vice president of the International Door Association's Board of Directors.
Dave Haslam, Director of National Sales & Marketing for Martin Door Manufacturing of Salt Lake City, was elected to serve a one-year term in the post during a recent meeting of the door association.
Haslam joins a leadership body that includes 20 other directors and includes representation from 18 countries. The IDA is based in West Milton, Ohio, and was formed in 1996 with the consolidation of the Door & Operator Dealers Association and the Far Western Garage Door Association.
It represents the door and operator dealer industry worldwide and includes a membership of 1,600.
Haslam brings leadership experience to the position. He had previously served on the Board of Directors for Far Western Garage Door Association for seven years. He has been involved with Martin Door for 30 years and held a number of positions with the local manufacturing company.
He and his wife Diana live in Bountiful and are the parents of five children and six grandchildren.
My Secret Chef opens soon
BOUNTIFUL -- "What's for dinner?" is an often repeated question.
It's four o'clock. What are you going to make? No problem -- turn to the homemade dinners made at My Secret Chef. Pop one in the oven and dinner is served.
Twin sisters Jennifer Cardinal and Elizabeth Hatch hope this scenario will be a reality for many Davis County residents.
Their new business came about from their own quest to take the stress out of dinner. Mothers themselves of five and four children respectively, the sisters wanted a resource to help them provide healthy, great tasting meals to their families on a consistent basis.
Finding nothing to fit the bill in Davis County, they filled the gap themselves. My Secret Chef is a make-and-take group kitchen where one can assemble healthy meals using on-site workstations, recipes and fresh ingredients.
Each month customers choose from a menu of 14 new entrees and then book a session where in two hours they can have 12 entrees made and packaged in complimentary containers ready to take home to their freezers. To see the menu go to www.mysecretchef.com or call 294-2421.
Besides the time saved in planning, shopping and preparing, the cost savings can be substantial. Customers typically spend $178 to create 72 meal portions, which works out to about $2.50 per meal. Options for larger families and home delivery are also available.
The sisters have opted to open their new business on their birthday. Come celebrate with them Friday, July 9, 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, July 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 600 N. 500 West in Bountiful.
For more information on this concept, or the new store, contact the Web site -- www.mysecretchef.com