High school athletes give back to community as part of ‘Show Up for Sports’ campaign

Gov. Spencer Cox and wife Abby talk with Shawn and Carrie Bradley during One Utah Summit, Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 12, 2022 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News / Cedar City News

SALT LAKE CITY — Win or lose, Spencer and Abby Cox knew they wanted to make the state of Utah a better place.

They looked around the state, and even the country, and saw hundreds of politicians running campaigns. They realized they needed to look inside and ask themselves if the world was a better place because they ran for the highest political office in the state of Utah.

While on the campaign trail, the couple got involved in several service projects, which led to the creation of the “Show Up” initiative — the goal to improve Utah through service.

As one of the four key points of the initiative, first lady Abby Cox, in partnership with the Utah Jazz, challenged high school sports teams around the state to give back to their communities through acts of service throughout the month of October.

Read the full story here: KSL News.

Written by THOMAS GORDON, KSL.com.

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