Salt Lake City Hosts Big Dig

Mon October 21, 2019 - West Edition #22
American Cancer Society


Volunteers were on hand to help visitors operate the equipment at the Big Dig.
Volunteers were on hand to help visitors operate the equipment at the Big Dig.
Volunteers were on hand to help visitors operate the equipment at the Big Dig. 
A Construction vs. Cancer participant enjoys operating the scissor lift at the event.
American Cancer Society funded researcher, Leah Forster Gauvin, MSW, Primary Children’s Medical Center, shared details about her grant and how she’s supporting pediatric cancer patients.

The American Cancer Society Construction vs. Cancer event, The Big Dig, took place on Friday, Sept. 27 at the Utah State Fairgrounds in Salt Lake City.

Thanks to the many sponsors, donors and participants, the event raised more than $85,000 and welcomed 300 children and their families. The funds raised from the event will support pediatric cancer research.




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