7th Annual Fishbowl Day of Service Will Help the Forest Service

May 22, 2015
Fishbowl loves to serve. Every year we devote one day to getting out and serving our local community. We call it our Fishbowl Day of Service.

This Year’s Project

Fishbowl's 7th annual Day of Service will be focused on the Cascade Springs trail, Fishbowl BlogFor this year’s project, we will be traveling to Cascade Springs near Sundance and Heber City, Utah, to assist the Forest Service in cleaning out a plant called watercress from the ponds and other areas of the park. We will also do some repair work on park pathways. Fishbowl’s Day of Service usually takes place from late July to early September, but this year we have moved it up to Friday, June 5.

Past Days of Service

Through its Day of Service, Fishbowl has helped many organizations over the past six years: 2009 – Cherry Creek Elementary School in Springville, Utah 2010 – Provo House of Hope 2011 – Mountainland Head Start across Utah County 2012 – Barnett Elementary School in Payson, Utah 2013 – Lehi High School 2014 – Central Utah Veterans Home in Payson

Doing Our Part

We’re happy to help wherever we can. At Fishbowl, we give back to the community that has given us so much. Businesses enjoy lasting success by meeting the needs of everyone they come into contact with. And they keep a healthy perspective by going out and serving people from time to time. So on June 5, 2015, you’ll know where to find us.