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Cottonwood Heights Journal

Holladay Scholarship Awards Sponsorship

Apr 03, 2015 10:27AM ● By City Journals Staff
By Mayor Rob Dahle

The City of Holladay is proud to award $6000 in scholarships in 2015. That’s six $1000 general purpose scholarships to one male and one female student from each of the high schools that serve the city, including Cottonwood, Skyline and Olympus.

The Holladay City Foundation will host the Fifth Annual Scholarship Awards and Fundraising Dinner on June 2nd, 2015 at 6:30 pm at Holladay City Hall. Thanks to local support, this event has served as a platform to raise scholarship monies for exceptional Holladay students to help guide them toward higher learning and a path of success. We have honored the outstanding teachers that inspire them to develop their full potential and have recognized junior high students who show great promise on their path to a bright future.

On behalf of the City of Holladay, the City Council and I would like to ask that you join in our efforts to raise money for future scholarships by considering a pledge of $1000 for a table at the banquet for eight guests of your choosing. We encourage individuals and small businesses to join us as well. Seating is available for a $125 pledge per person. Any additional donations you may wish to make directly to the scholarship fund will be accepted with sincere gratitude. All donations are tax deductible.

I hope you will be able to join us this year for a memorable evening of awards, entertainment and purpose. Please RSVP by April 10th to Brandy Lund at 801-808-1583 or via email at [email protected].

Please don’t hesitate to call my office with any questions you may have at 801-272-9450.