ChamberWest Women in Business and Local Racers Deliver School Supplies to Kearns Jr. High
Members of ChamberWest Women in Business and local racers delivered school supplies to Kearns Jr. High on Wednesday, October 12.
“We have been donating and volunteering for Kearns Jr. High since last October. In November, we were able to donate over $200 worth of school supplies and hygiene items, plus cash that went to the homeless families for shoes and other Christmas items,” says Asenath Horton, Chair of the ChamberWest Women in Business.
The school supplies were collected at the August ChamberWest Women in Business luncheon “Build Your Community to Build Your Business,” where Kearns Jr. High’s award-winning principle, Kandace Barber, spoke about the importance of enriching the local community.
ChamberWest Women in Business strive to help individuals and business owners solidify business strategy as well as learn new techniques. ChamberWest WIB offers a wide variety of educational opportunities; including topics such as Business Etiquette, Organization and Successful Finances. To learn more visit http://www.chamberwest.org/wib.
Kearns Junior High is located in the Kearns Community. The address is 4040 West 5305 South. Kearns Junior High was opened in 1956. There are approximately 800 students at Kearns Junior High with a diverse population. 41.40% Hispanic, 1.54% Asian, 4.74% Pacific Islanders, 1.78% Native American, 3.56% African American. To learn more visit http://www.graniteschools.org/jr/kearns/.