In conjunction with the National Day of Service; local civic groups, faith organizations, the forest service, school councils, senior centers, the Wasatch Parent Network, the Wasatch Community Foundation, and others within our community have organized Heber Valley’s 9/11 Day of Service.
On Saturday, September 10th, there will be 15 different service projects taking place throughout our valley for individuals and families to participate in. Please scan the QR code or visit http://hebervalleyserves.org for a list of projects and additional information on volunteer opportunities and ways you can give back to our community.
After all that hard work you can relax and enjoy some local entertainment at the Southfield Park. Bring a picnic and set up your camp chairs or blankets by 5:00 pm.
We thank you in advance for providing service in honor of those who served, and those who lost their lives, that day. We thank you for the positive impact your service continues to have in making our Heber Valley the beautiful place it is today, tomorrow, and for future generations.
Use the following hashtags when sharing pictures and stories about your experiences on social media: #911day and #911utahdayofservice