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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Reflections on Volunteering

Reflections on Volunteering

I am going to start at the beginning. Lone Peak High school decided to help Neighborhood House for their fundraising Gold Rush this year. In summary, Neighborhood House is an organization devoted to helping these children and providing them with a place to learn, play, eat, and to be during the hours of the day. […]

A Resolution

A Resolution

It is remarkable that during the season most notorious for being overscheduled and hectic, we see the most volunteer engagement. I am talking, of course, about the Christmas season and how, despite the manic baking sessions, family parties, work parties, and braving holiday crowds in search of the perfect gifts for everyone you love, people […]

A Neighborhood House Love Story

A Neighborhood House Love Story

Sharri remembers when her eleven-year-old playmate, Lynn, began professing his intent to marry her when her mother picked her up from the youth program at Neighborhood House.   “I just laughed”, Sharri said.   Thirty-three years of marriage later, the couple decided to try to locate the Salt Lake City day care and after school […]

Never a Dull Moment

We sent off November with a blast at Neighborhood House’s adult daycare facility in Cottonwood Heights. During the last week of November, we broke the mold of what many people think when they picture a Salt Lake senior center. We focused on Thanksgiving themed activities that were both enjoyable for our clients, and that featured […]

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