District’s Bridge Program delivers
Proving that the Easter Bunny is alive and well, 19 members of the Bridges Transition Center visited the Spanish Fork-Salem Area Chamber of Commerce on recently to drop off two bicycles, two trikes, at least four Razor scooters, games and enough filled Easter eggs to make any hen tired.
The items were dropped off in anticipation of the hunt which was to happen on Saturday, April 4, at Spanish Fork’s Sports Park.
Led by Kay Thomas Perkins and Lenna Mendenhall, the 19 Bridges members each took a turn to introduce themselves and explain how they had helped to raise the money to hit the Easter Bunny up about what was being donated for the children of Spanish Fork and Salem.
Hunt Committee Chairman Heather Hone, Chamber President Stacy Beck, Chamber Executive Director Clark H. Caras, and chamber member and Assistant to the Executive Director Randi Kaufman were all in the Spanish Fork City Council Chambers to accept the hunt prizes from Bridges and meet and greet all 19 young men and women and their mentors.