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CHERYL BUTLER - IN THE NEWS
July 12, 2020
Campaign Events in the Park
Cheryl Butler (HD53) joined Katy Owens (SD19) for a socially distanced, outdoor campaign event on Saturday at 4pm in Pinebrook Park. The casual event was designed to allow residents of the Pinebrook and WagonWheel neighborhoods to drop by and meet the candidates in a safe and welcoming setting. Campaign Events in the Park will continue through the summer at different parks in HD53. The next event will be Saturday, July 25 at 4pm in The Woods at Parley's Lane at the end of Sunrise Drive.
August 4, 2020
Bicycle Donation Drive - KPCW
Cheryl Butler was interviewed on KPCW today, with Donna McAleer of the Bicycle Coalition. They discussed the upcoming Bicycle Donation Drive in Summit & Wasatch Counties. Cheryl is the Community Service Director of the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club and said despite the disappointment of losing this year’s Tour de Sunrise and bicycle parade to the pandemic, the Rotary club still wanted to find a unique way to serve the community. “We wanted to do something for community service and this proposal came up to work with The Bicycle Collective and it just seemed to fit perfectly," she said. "On the day we had scheduled for Tour de Sunrise, we are now doing a bicycle drive.” Hear the full interview at this link.
September 4, 2020
Cheryl Butler - The Park Record
The Park Record published a profile of the candidates running for Utah House District 53. Cheryl Butler is quoted as saying “Education is a big concern, and making sure that we have appropriate funding for education. Health care, housing affordability — all of those things impact rural Utah. But what I find is that people feel pretty strongly that their voice in rural Utah is not being heard and that resources tend to be focused and concentrated in the valley, in the larger urban areas.” The complete article can be found at this link.
October 9, 2020
Cheryl Butler - The Morgan County News
The Morgan County News is back in publication! The paper is focused on local news and its first 2 issues feature voter information on the races that impact Morgan County most. In the Features section, you'll find "In short, you could not find a more caring, thoughtful, experienced representative to the Utah House of Representatives than Cheryl Butler."