Join us April 7, 2016 during Adventure Week for a unique meet and greet with Apa Sherpa,who holds the world record for summiting Mt. Everest 21 times.
He and his team were in the Mt. Everest Region during the devastating Earthquake in Nepal. Meet the whole team and hear about their experience and their efforts to help victims. They are heading back over to continue their efforts helping the people of Nepal.
There will be a silent auction with great products to choose from as well as great conversation with the Tiger of the Himalaya himself, Apa Sherpa.
April 7, 2016
6:00pm – 9:00pm
94 East 7200 South
On June 13th, the Draper, Utah Corner Canyon Academy hosted a fundraiser for the Thame School. We had a great day full of Nepali food, music, dancing and fun.
The money raised will go directly to help with the construction of the Thame School that was destroyed in the April Earthquakes. Construction will begin in early Spring.
We at Apa Sherpa Foundation would like to thank Corner Canyon Academy children and family members for taking time out of their busy lives to help children half a world away.
Earthquake Victims are Not Forgotten
A group of children in Draper, Utah intend to help the children of Thame, Nepal.
Apa Sherpa, resident of Draper, grew up in Thame. Now his home towns will be connected in another way.
The Children of the Corner Canyon Academy in Draper will be hosting a fundraiser:
Saturday, June 13th at their school at 12958 South 1300 East.