The Road Home, Utah’s branch of Volunteers of America, and YWCA Utah have collaborated annually on this drive for 17 years. It provides Christmas gifts to many families who would otherwise go without.
“We started doing it in [Gabriel’s] honor on the year that he passed away,” Heather Mitchell said. “It’s like our family giving Gabriel a Christmas present every year.”
If you value the clean, affordable water that flows from your tap, if you’ve ever enjoyed a powder ski day, or hiked a mountain trail to see the wildflowers, driven a canyon road to see the fall colors or simply sought a cool refuge along the banks of one of these clear mountain creeks, you can be part of the solution we seek.
Herriman High School senior Lucy Biles showed everyone her cross country running dominance and helped the Mustangs girls place fourth overall at state.
“It’s an amazing facility filled with wonderful people. Normally, dedications happen in the spring, but we wanted to invite all the neighbors who put up with the dust, lights and noise to be here.
Escaping into the pages of a fairytale came one step closer to being a reality at Herriman High School on Oct. 16 when 34 art students, working with chalk, brought the Brothers’ Grimm stories to life.
Billed as a “Las Vegas quality and family-friendly” assembly, three local schools recently won the entertaining antics of Jason Hewlett free of charge.
There’s a ton of great family fun planned in the communities of Bluffdale, Riverton and Herriman.
“I felt like we needed to give back to the community and be a part of their Christmas holiday. So we decided to create a gift that we could share with them.”
City officials are currently developing a plan to address the more common occurrence of these storms.