Tuacahn High’s Charitable Acts Club’s production of ‘Aida’ to benefit Utah Foster Care

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‘The Charitable Acts Club at Tuacahn High School is set to open their production of “Aida” school edition Wednesday at the Broadway Bound Washington City Center for Music and Theater with proceeds going to help Utah Foster Care and the Utah Division of Child and Family Services.

Established during founder and president Jacob Bastian’s Sophomore year at Tuacahn, the Charitable Acts Club focuses on charity and acts of service both for people inside the school for the arts and in the greater community.

The club also helps teach its members how to become good service-based leaders, Bastian said.

Bastian, who is now a senior, said since its beginnings the club has helped raise money and awareness for several different organizations both on a local and global level.

The first project the club undertook was a haunted house to raise money for Operation Smile, an organization that provides cleft care for children born with cleft or lip palates in countries where access to affordable or available medical care is difficult or impossible.”

View the whole story here: https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/archive/2020/08/31/hsr-tuacahn-highs-charitable-acts-clubs-production-of-aida-to-benefit-utah-foster-care/

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