Volunteers of America, Utah (VOAUT) held their first annual Silver Spurs Gala at Gardner Village in West Jordan this September and we had the amazing opportunity to provide all the beautiful decorations.
Some of our wonderful staff members here at Temple Square Hospitality Corporation (TSHC), located in The Joseph Smith Memorial Building, donated linens, chargers, containers for centerpieces and of course, their time and wonderful talents.
We were excited to be a part of such a wonderful event and we’re completely honored to be featured in VOAUT’s newsletter, “The Spirit Within” (featured below).
We feel very strongly that companies should support community events which make a positive difference in people’s lives. This is how we can give a little something back. This is how we can stay united.
Wen-Chien Hou and his wife, Hui-Hua Hou, came from Taiwan to enjoy a tour of Yellowstone and other surrounding tourist sights. They came to Temple Square today and had a wonderful time.
Wen-Chien Hou is a fabulous painter, so naturally, when seeing the gorgeous views from the 10th floor of The Joseph Smith Memorial Building, he set up his easel and went to work.
He captured both the west and east views from the grand look outs on the 10th floor. The east view shows a lot of the city, while the west view shows the city and the grandiose Temple. Below is the east view of the city.
Wen-Chien Hou did both paintings of the east and west look outs on the same canvas, creating an enlightening work that is absolutely beautiful!
What better souvenir than your own creation? This will be a wonderful memory-filled keep sake for both Wen-Chien Hou and his wife.