Happy Ending to a Sad Story

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On Friday last, one of our kids Tyson Howick, found that his powered wheelchair had been stolen from the family’s carport. Without the wheelchair, Tyson has limited independence. Tyson was planning on attending the upcoming Kearns High Junior Prom and with the loss of the wheelchair, that wouldn’t be possible.  Through the support and generosity of Angel’s Hands, CReATE, UCAT and Western Home Depot, Tyson has a new chair and a safe place to keep it.  See the story below:

“These things don’t happen without all the people that support our foundations. Find your favorite organization and get involved. For those that support AHF, you helped make this a special day for Tyson and his family.”        Mark Kristensen

 

KSL News Story

 

Superhero Soiree

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“What a fantastic time! Deb Donoviel Harper, Madi C Harper, Rachel Glad, Wendy Heim, Katrina Merkley Bleyl, You are all the hardest working people I know! What a beautiful evening you and your team created last night celebrating the lives of these precious families and beautiful Angels!
The touching stories and smiles brought about by your hard work and efforts will certainly ease the pain of challenges they face each day! You are a blessing to all!
Thank you!!!!!……………………………Steve Stauffer

 

“What a great night. Thank you to all the super hero families that put this together. Amazing what a group of volunteers can do. The smiles and fun last night was priceless.”………………………Mark Kristensen