“It had been 50 years since any school had been built in their village, so it was really exciting for them,” said Braedon McCracken, the organization’s co-founder.
Pumpkin decorating, a pumpkin pie eating contest and a pumpkin drop from the fire department’s ladder truck are just a few of the pumpkin-themed activities planned throughout the day.
A sense of identity; that’s what officials say the redevelopment of roughly 17 acres of property east of the City Hall municipal campus will bring to West Jordan.
They say heroes aren’t born, they’re made.
In the moments of split decision, when a family’s only hope for survival depends upon the quick-thinking and selfless actions of complete strangers, that’s where true heroes can be found.