They’re a royal family, but they aren’t standing and waving from a balcony; the Woodbury Ambassadors Royal Family is active and doing good work.
The Buschbach family of Woodbury is represented in this delightful snow family which was created in their backyard. “I took this photo after my son and husband built the great representation of our family,” says Heidi Buschbach. “They even used the correct winter gear for each of us!
Like many Woodbury families, Juli Servatius and her husband were at a bit of a loss when they became empty nesters with their kids off at school. “Was I going to go back to work full-time,” Servatius says, “or do something different?”
In Woodbury’s young existence, any organization that has been around for more than 20 years is considered an institution.
The Bhatia family’s European vacation: With the Eiffel Tower in Paris (right) in the back drop, sisters Suparna and Sahana with their mom, Varsha Bhatia.
In front of Kensington Palace (London), sisters Suparna and Sahana.
Fran Kill catches up on local news at an overlook in the Kings Canyon part of Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park in California’s southern Sierra Nevada mountains.
The local community initiative, Woodbury Thrives, has a goal to improve the health of residents. Woodbury Magazine talked with local resident Simi Patnaik, new project manager, to learn more about her and Woodbury Thrives.
Currently a student at the University of Northern Iowa majoring in digital media production, Chris Dummer has been taking photos since he was in photography classes at Woodbury High School.
2017 is a big year for Woodbury. Big, in that it’s celebrating its 50th anniversary in March, and it has a whole year of festivities planned to mark the occasion.
Many factors can indicate a strong sense of community. At Hill-Murray School, it’s the fact that their new stadium, Mary, Queen of Victory, was built entirely from donations.