Oasis opens doors in support of those with special needs
Nov 01, 2019 02:02PM
The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce recently gathered for the Open House and Ribbon Cutting for Oasis Community Art and Learning Center.
Civic leaders, chamber members, visitors and royalty, including Miss Utah, Miss Springville and Mr. and Miss Inspiration were on hand to help in the celebration of the center.
The center is devoted to people who overcome significant obstacles every day and produce magnificent creations in the refuge of Oasis!
TURN Community Services is a Utah non-profit organization founded by parents in 1973 to create alternatives to institutions for their children and other family members with disabilities. In 46 years, TURN has grown to serve nearly 850 individuals in 15 Utah counties, offering a full range of residential, day, employment, family support, and respite services. For more about TURN or Oasis, contact Dave Hennessey at (801) 376-6844 or [email protected]