In This Issue - April 2020
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Iraqi immigrant earns $550 scholarship from Taylorsville Exchange ClubA debilitating injury to his father nearly forced Taylorsville High student Mohammed Jabbar to drop out of school to support his family. Instead, the Iraqi immigrant worked hard, positioned himself to graduate this spring and earned the prestigious Taylorsville Exchange Club A.C.E award and $550 scholarship. Read More »
Volunteer organizes Kearns Junior High girls basketball team“I grew up in Kearns. I wanted to give back,” Josh Sanders said after he organized a basketball team of seventh and eighth grade girls at Kearns Junior High School. Read More »
Taylorsville couple first to participate in Project Empathy meal provided by Applebee’s and ‘Good Morning America’Chase Hansen, 10, has been doing all he can to brighten the lives of Utah’s homeless population for well over half of his own life. Recently, that effort earned him an appearance on Good Morning America and 100 free meals to help provide for those in need. Read More »
Residential glass recycling arrives; coronavirus postpones annual Earth Day Clean-upResidential glass recycling is coming to Taylorsville in April 2020, as the city becomes the first on the westside of the Salt Lake Valley to have the service. Read More »
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