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Utah County Emergency Food and Shelter Program has been chosen to receive $137,196 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in Utah County.

Exercise more, eat less, save money—sound familiar? According to USA.gov, these are some of the most frequently made New Year’s resolutions. They are all great things, but for some reason I’ve found that when I make the same resolutions year after year, I get complacent. It’s harder for me to follow through. This year, I’m going to make a different kind of resolution—one that has benefits not just for me, but for my community. This year, I’m going to be an EveryDay Learner.

Elsa visited us for our Aspire Parent Group and Ready To Learn Class this month!  This event was held at the South Franklin Community Center where over 30 families gathered to play with their young children.