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December 4th, 2014 ARCS Foundation Utah members and prospective members will gather for a holiday social.   Watch your email for details of the gathering which will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.   
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The 2014 NAM was held in Salt Lake City from September 17-20.  The Utah ARCS Chapter members were delighted to welcome more than 90 individuals, including ARCS Foundation members and their guests from throughout the country.  Chaired by Judith Miller, the NAM Committee put together an outstanding program of special events and presentations.  Out-of-state members stayed in the Grand America Hotel, where several of the programs were also held.  Many ARCS members commented that the Grand America was the best hotel they had ever stayed in. On Wednesday evening, the opening reception was held at The Point at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Salt Lake Mayor Ralph Becker welcomed the group.  Mayor Becker’s mother Ann Becker is a founding member of the Metro...
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The Annual Utah Chapter ARCS Scholar Luncheon will be held this year on Tuesday, October14, 2014 at the Moran Eye Center from 11:30 a.m. to1:00 p.m.  Please plan to attendfor awonderfl program including some of our past scholars ad the presentation of awards to our newest scholars.  Please R.S.V.P. for the event to Margaret Niver McGann at
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On March 2nd the ARCS Utah Chapter was given an indepth tour of the Natural History Museum of Utah by Executive Director, Sarah George.  The Museum is now located in a stunning new building situated in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, overlooking Salt Lake City and inspired by the diverse landscape of Utah. The $103 million Rio Tinto Center, funded by a public and private partnership, is deeply rooted in place and infused with multiple features that embrace both traditional and new media techniques – a new Museum that sets a new standard for a Natural History Museum of the 21st Century.  Structural elements of the building were described by Ronald Dunn and his son, David Dunn who were the structural engineers for this unique, highly complex building.  The tour...
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Please join the Utah ARCS Chapter to explore the Natural History Museum of Utah's unique design, materials, green features and public art on a guided architecture tour.  The tour will be on Friday, March 2nd from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.  The museum is located at 301 Wakara Way in Salt Lake City.  Members are asked to bring a guest to enjoy the tour and learn about ARCS.  Visit the museums website at for a pretour sneak peek!   Please RSVP to Robin Marrouche by Feb. 27, 2012  at or 435.901.8321.