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.
June 9, 2011
The old Hotel Utah, now know as The Joseph Smith Memorial Building (JSMB), is turning 100 years old TODAY!
Come join us today for a grandiose celebration. Starting at 6:30pm, the Mormon Tabernacle choir will be singing in the lobby and a ribbon cutting will be held.
Wonderful displays are set up all around the lobby.
Everything here takes you on a journey throughout the years!
There will also be large screens projecting videos of memories past! So come join in on the fun!
We hope to see you all there!
A little history and current information:
In 1911, this building was called The Hotel Utah. Such a beautiful place! It was later converted into the JSMB and is now used for several offices for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There are also three restaurants located in the building and many banquet rooms are available for all sorts of events and gatherings, such as: weddings, receptions, luncheons, business meetings and award ceremonies.
A new display for the month of May!
We have more fun memories from past years as we continue to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building/Hotel Utah. These gorgeous dresses from the early 1900′s show the elegant dress of the guests at Hotel Utah.
There is a story describing the necessity of wearing proper attire while visiting certain areas of the hotel. If you didn’t dress the part you may have been asked to leave. Come visit this fun display and learn all about the styles and trends of the 1900′s!
We’re celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the beautiful
Joseph Smith Memorial Building!
On June 11, 2011, this historical building will come alive with memories of the past and celebrations of the present. Come join us for games, treats, exhibits, entertainment, music and more. This is definitely an event you don’t want to miss! Visit the website for more information.
President John F. Kennedy visiting the Hotel Utah
Built in 1911, this building started out as the Hotel Utah; a wonderful resort for people from all over to come and celebrate any occasion. In fact, every president of the United States from 1911 to the hotel’s closing in 1987 stayed at this hotel. One of the first presidents to stay here was President Taft.
The Roof Restaurant
Now this building houses the Legacy Theater, a Family Search center, an in-house floral shop, beautiful banquet rooms for weddings/receptions and other events, The Roof Restaurant, The Garden Restaurant, and The Nauvoo Cafe.