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National Volunteer Week: Utah leads as top volunteering state, 4 years running

Published: Thursday, April 25 2013 1:46 a.m. MDT

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> Percent of residents who volunteer: 19.4 percent
> Number of volunteers: 670,820
> Money in service contributed: $1.9 billion
> Volunteer hours per resident: 25.8
> Volunteer hours combined: 89.4 million

> Where people volunteer
Civic: 4 percent
Educational: 29.9 percent
Health: 4.7 percent
Religious: 41.7 percent
Social service: 9.9 percent
Sports/arts: 2.4 percent
Other: 4.6 percent

> Volunteer hours by age (2009-2011)
16-19: *
20-24: *
25-34: *
35-44: 40
45-54: 44
55-64: 48
65-74: *
75+: *

> Eat dinner with household members a few times a week or more: 87.3 percent
> Do favors for their neighbors: 64.7 percent
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peacemaker
Provo, UT

Whoops! Alfred Pupunu, Weber State all American was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs late eighties or early nineties. Played 8 years with the San Diego Chargers. Caught a touchdown pass against the Pittsburg Steelers for a touchdown in the AFC championship game propelling the Chargers into the 1995 Super bowl. Also played for the Detroit Lions and the New Yark Giants. Played High School football at South High School, Salt Lake.

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