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Published: Thursday, Nov. 25 2010 10:43 p.m. MST

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Topeno, Finland

agreed on all of this - especially the
Porsche.
Any lecture tours this way (Scandinavia)...

dr.bridell
mclean, VA

Like so many things in life, the Eyres were in the right places at the right times. So glad they gravitated toward parenting rather than politics!

  • 9:05 a.m. Nov. 26, 2010
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washcomom
Beaverton, OR

All my kids grew up with Joy School values and lessons. They loved the songs, the activities, and the well -thought out scheduling. We are a better family for it.

Thank you, Eyres! Your gifts of parenting are helping make another generation better in this family!

  • 11:22 a.m. Nov. 26, 2010
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Reasonable Person
Layton, UT

Actually, the Eyres have continually ventured into politics on a "school choice, voucher program".

In 2007, Eyre was the force behind the (thankfully) losing voucher proposals in Utah.

Richard Eyre ran for Governor of Utah in 1992, but lost out to Mike Leavitt.

Eyre is a wonderful role model for those who share his religion.

How about a book on "How to Teach Etiquette to Your Children" -- a basic notion that has been lost on many Utah families.

Think about it. A child who learns etiquette, is also being taught kindness, morality and ethics - and behavior that is understood by others.

Utah needs it.

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