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Uplifted Youth
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The Harrisville City Flag contest is now closed. Thank you for all those who submitted to the contest. Look for submission presentation and City Council decision in upcoming meetings. 


Come participate in the Harrisville Youth City Council. If you are in grades 7th -12th, have a desire to serve, lead, learn and participate in city government, and collaborate with your peers on ways to participate in Harrisville, come join us.  

 For further information, contact Elisabeth Hansen

by email at


Meetings to be held at Harrisville City Bi-Centennial Cabin

each month unless otherwise directed.

Communication for events and meetings will occur through

a text group application known as GroupMe.



March 2023 Events: The annual Weber GOP Annual Lincoln Day Luncheon at the Timbermine Steakhouse where the YCC was able to meet many of our State Representatives including the Utah State Treasurer Marlo Oaks.

April 2023 Events: Assisted the Parks & Rec department with the Annual Easter Egg Hunt where they placed over 7,000+ eggs. Also, they passed out Safe Kids Passport booklets and other promotional materials at the Safe Kids Day held at the Newgate Mall. Lastly, at the April City Council Meeting, one of the youth presented to the City Council a summary of the service projects they have completed. They also presented an initiative to create a Harrisville City Flag. 

May 2023 Events: The YCC were able to Tour the Central Weber Sewer Treatment Facility and learn more about where the waste goes.


June & July 2023 Events: The Youth City Council took the summer months off to enjoy vacationing with family and hanging out with friends.

August 2023 Events: The Youth City Council met to review the Harrisville City Flag submissions and to make their recommendations to the City Council.

September 2023 Events: The Youth City Council participated in the Weber Remembers 9/11 project on Thursday, Sept 7 at the Weber County Fairgrounds. The youth helped out at activities, and other stations helping people be respectful and safe around the exhibit. One of the council was interviewed by KSL.

Come and join the YCC and serve in our community alongside them!

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