Bald Eagle Chapter Serves Their Community

Dear Friends,

After catastrophic flash flooding abruptly devastated parts of Cedar City, Utah at the end of July. Many students from Southern Utah University were displaced from their housing and lost many of their belongings.

Utah Daughters from the Bald Eagle Chapter came together gathering hundreds of in-kind and cash donations to replace what the students lost from clothing to electronics to housewares. 

As State Regent, I commend these ladies for their service to their community in the face of this disaster.

Sharing Our Legacy of Love in Our Communities,

Kathryn Asay,
Utah State Regent

Community Classroom

Hello Friends,

Community Classroom is one of our favorite service activities that we do throughout the year. Our generous Utah Daughters donate to school food pantries throughout the state to assist children and their families.

Leading the way is the Salt Lake Valley Chapter’s donation of over 500 pounds of food and school supplies to the Sandy Elementary School Pantry in Sandy, Utah. The Chapter members restock all of the food pantry shelves several times during the year.

The Spirit of America Chapter also donates to the Herriman and South Jordan School Districts Pantries several times yearly.

Way to “Rise and Shine,” ladies! Thank you for all you do and your generosity always!

Sharing “Our Legacy of Love” through service,

Kathryn Asay,
Utah State Regent

Uintah Chapter Raises Funds for Valor House

Dear Friends,

I was very honored to join with the Daughters of the Uintah Chapter as they hosted a fundraiser benefitting the Valor House Veterans in Salt Lake City as they walked around Liberty Park. Many Utah Daughters from across the state pledged five dollars to virtually support the walk or came to participate in person.

During their walk, the Daughters picked up garbage and exercised along the way. These activities supported three DAR committees: Service to Veterans, Women’s Issues, and Conservation. This activity also counts as Service to America hours.

Well done, Uintah!

Demonstrating Our Legacy of Love through Service,

Kathryn Asay,
Utah State Regent