HEALTHY AS A HORSE
Thomas Hardy Salon
Wendy Dimick teaches art at Northridge High School where her classes include drawing, ceramics and painting with watercolors and acrylics. She has painted murals in local homes, businesses and the Hill Air Force Base museums.
In 2001 she received “Best of Show” honors at the Layton Heritage Museum on a watercolor montage of her four children. She has also participated in art shows at the Eccles Art Center in Ogden and has entered and sold several pieces of artwork in the Bountiful-Davis Art Museum. In addition to “Healthy As A Horse,” Wendy painted “Horsesaurus”.
Ogden Regional Medical Center
Ogden Regional Medical Center offers a long-standing tradition of the best medical care available in the Top of Utah. With 239 licensed beds, more than 300 medical staff, and more than 1,000 employees and volunteers, Ogden Regional provides compassionate, high-quality health care, earning high ratings for patient care from national independent rating organizations. In 2007 Healthgrades, the nation’s leading provider of health information, ranked Ogden Regional 1st in Utah for overall Cardiac and Cardiology services.