Legacy of Lowell has officially come and gone as we enter October, and this year, it leaves behind an even stronger sense of community and service than ever before.
More than 800 volunteers showedup at Glendale Middle school last Saturday morning bright and early to serve in any way they could. Some people would have been deterred by the early morning requirement and the drizzling rain outside, however, regardless of the circumstances people came to help. That resulted in 2500 hours of service across 36 projects from Salt Lake City to Saint George. That is a massive pile of work done, all in one day!
I could go on and on about how amazing it was to see such a huge outpouring of love and service from people of all walks of life. But… I think I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
If this type of project strikes you as something you might want to do, visit the Bennion Center's Saturday Service Project page to more events like this in the future.