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Cache Community Connections

The Cache Community Connections’s Purpose is to engage in educational activities designed to increase community awareness of and respect for religious and cultural diversity.

Cache Community Connections (CCC) is composed of a group of interfaith religious and civic leaders. It extends an open door invitation to the leaders representing all religions and denominations and civic groups in Cache Valley in the belief that spiritual leadership and unity are vital to our community’s well being.

The CCC came together following an interfaith and community gathering in the wake of September 11, 2001. Representatives from several of the churches and the then Mayor of Logan, Doug Thompson, mourned and honored those whose lives were cut short by this tragedy.

This group of leaders was soon joined by other community leaders to build community. They have seen misconceptions of others’ faiths, due to misinformation, be corrected; barriers due to religious bigotry or indifference have come down; community service organizations can now get awareness of their messages and services out to broad numbers of community citizens through CCC.

The organization now holds events to provide opportunities to work should-to-shoulder in meeting needs within the community.

The Cache Tabernacle Arts and Lectures Series is a committee of this CCC. This forum showcases local and regional talent, providing world class performances. Monthly programs are held free to the general public. Well over 50,000 people attended events in 2009.

Contact: City of Logan
290 N 100 W
Logan, UT 84321
Website: http://www.cachecommunityconnections.org/

Updated by the Logan Library Staff: September 2017
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