• What is Community Orange?

    In a world where a tremendous amount of information is available at your fingertips, Community Orange magazine brings you the best, most accessible, memorable, entertaining, and informative articles without all the searching online. Community Orange believes in strengthening individuals and creating stronger relationships and families; ultimately creating stronger communities as a whole by being a consistent reliable resource.

    Community Orange magazine strives to support Personal, Social, Family, Home and Business endeavors as we Explore and experience this amazing world of ours. We also strive to support the Civic Minded reader by passing along valuable information and insights into subjects that touch each of our lives, both as members of our local community and citizens of a great nation.

    “One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals. When we pool our strength and share the work and responsibility, we can welcome many people, even those in deep distress, and perhaps help them find self-confidence and inner healing.”
    –Jean Vanier, Community And Growth

    Quality is Paramount

    Community Orange is printed on high-quality paper, thicker cover, and delivered to homes and businesses in a durable polybag. In addition to creative design and layout, the focus of Community Orange is the high quality editorial content. Community Orange magazine creates lasting impressions!

    Editorial Sections

    Personal Living
    Social Living
    Family Living
    Home Living
    Business Living
    Civic Minded Living
    Explore Living

    Monthly Themes

    January – New Year & Winter Adventures
    February – Relationship & Self Improvement
    March – Spring Home & Garden
    April – Spring Adventures
    May – Motherhood
    June – Fatherhood
    July – Patriotic / Summer Adventures
    August – Back to School
    September – Fall Adventures
    October – Fall Home & Garden / Halloween
    November – Appreciation & Thanksgiving
    December – Holiday / Year-end Review

    “91% of all adults, 94% of adults under 35 and 96% of adults under 25 read print or digital magazines.”
    –The Association of Magazine Media, 2013

    Why Community Orange?

    I’ve been asked many times why we decided to name our magazine Community Orange.

    Those two words rolled off one of the boss’s tongue and stopped me short. Community Orange? My mind wandered into a warm day spent in the company of friends, peeling back the layers of formalities and sharing more of who we really are deep down. And I realized something. Communities really ARE like oranges in two ways:
    1. An orange is a delectable fruit, segmented yet whole. So easy to pull apart and pass around between friends.
    2. An orange is made up of smaller parts that make a whole, encased in a framework that holds it together.

    Either way you look at it, if a fruit was chosen to represent a community it would be an orange.

    This magazine arose out of a vision to build a solid foundation beneath feet, a desire to share articles, information, and entertainment that would uplift the soul. Every step we take towards bettering ourselves as an individual, shows those around us they are able to do the same. Whether we realize it or not, communities are built person by person. We are part of a whole. I’m ready to be the best part I can be! How about you?

    Welcome to Community Orange!
    Nikki Schmutz

    Editor Bio

    Nikki Anne Schmutz, Editor-in-Chief

    Nikki Anne Schmutz has had a lifelong love of the written word. From early childhood she read every book she could get her hands on – including her parents set of Britannica Encyclopedias. By the age of ten she already knew she wanted to be a writer. She published her first novel at the age of 23. She is a published novelist, published poet, produced screenwriter, and is a closet singer/songwriter. Her interest in magazine publications began with writing articles and culminated in her 2014 acceptance of the Editor-in-Chief position for the Pixelarius Publishing Worldwide magazine, Community Orange. She lives in Layton, Utah with her husband and four children.

    Editorial Staff

    Ryan Poduska Lindsey Joy Smith
    Publisher Food Editor
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    Utah County

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    Orem, UT 84097

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