Today our Utah Daughters join in honoring the Gold Star Mothers and their families for the great sacrifice that they have experienced. We honor and revere the loss of their son or daughter during their service in the United States Armed Forces.
We love you and are incredibly humbled by your strength. We grieve with you and pray for you.
The Utah Daughters celebrated Constitution Week by distributing 10,000 Constitution Packets and Booklets throughout the State for students to learn about the origin and contents of the Constitution of the United States of America.
Displays were made at the Roy Library and the North Logan Library about our Constitution.
The governor and many local municipalities across the State made Proclamations in honor of Constitution Week.
We love the Constitution for its living nature that assures each of us freedoms that we cherish and appreciate. It is a privilege to celebrate the Constitution each year.
As our nation reflects on the solemn twentieth anniversary of September 11th, 2001, the Utah Daughters also marked this hallowed event by participating in Remembrance Events like flag ceremonies, moments of silence, and wreath layings in honor of those who lost their lives as innocent civilians, first responders and active service members.
While we pause to remember and reflect upon those tragic events on that clear September morning, the Utah Daughters hope that we can remember the feeling of September 12th, 2001 as we drew together as a people.