Sunday, November 4, 2012

Utah's Grady, Lesué Support Local Boy Scouts

Utah Blaze QB Tommy Grady and WR Aaron Lesué have combined for more touchdown connections than any other pair in franchise history. But on Saturday, the duo teamed up to support the local Boy Scouts of America Trapper Trails Council through the organization's annual Holiday Auction.
Each year, the Holiday Auction is held to raise money for the organization. Proceeds from the event go to ensuring all of the community's youth has an opportunity to participate in Boys Scouts, regardless of economic situation. This year, over 500 supporters were on hand to participate in the auction.
In addition to making an in-kind donation, Grady and Lesué attended the event to show support on behalf of the Utah Blaze. "I'm honored to have the opportunity to support such a great cause," said Grady. "We're always trying to make a positive impact on the community, and the Boys Scouts share that goal.
Boy Scouts of America strives to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes while preparing them to become responsible, participating citizens and leaders. The Trapper Trails Council serves over 47,000 youth in Northern Utah, Southeastern Idaho, and Western Wyoming.

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