Utah 2015 14th Annual Healing Field®

September 11-14, 2015
South of Sandy City Hall at 10000 South Centennial Parkway Sandy City, Utah


A treasured tradition in Northern Utah that has spread to communities all around the United States, the Utah Healing Field® will rise again on the Sandy City Promenade which is located immediately south of Sandy’s City Hall.

Now in its 14th year, the Utah Healing Field® display carries this honored tradition forward with the posting of 3,000 flags to commemorate the lives lost on September 11th of 2001.  Each flag honors an innocent victim of terrorism.  The men, women & children killed not only had their lives cut horribly short, but their families, associates & friends continue to suffer the loss inflicted not just on the United States but on the civilized world.  For all touched by these tragic events, this solemn formation of the Stars and Stripes offers healing and hope.

The United States and the world stood united in the immediate aftermath of these attacks on American soil.  As this evil continues to plague our nation & the world, the Utah Healing Field® display reminds visitors of the enormity of loss that the mature may remember and the youth may learn.

Join with us by becoming a corporate sponsor or by sponsoring a flag to be flown in the display. There is no charge to visit the Utah Healing Field; come and bring your family and friends to enjoy this inspiring experience.

Online flag sponsorships have been discontinued for this year.
Thank you for your support!


Benefiting Charities:
Sportsmen for Warriors
Hosted By:
Utah Healing Field Volunteers
Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Shauna Jorgensen
Co-Chair: Linda Airmet
PR Chair: Alan Seko
Volunteer Chair: Carolyn Ney
Volunteer Co-Chair: Kathy Andrizzi
Fundraising Chair: Shawna Baird
Program Chair: Lt.Col.(Ret) Ronald B.                                 McLean
Program Co-Chair: Josh Pitts
Sponsorship Care Chair:  Theresa                                               Balaguy
Marketing Chair: Alan Seko
Booth & Tags Chair: Barbara Dill
Eagle Project-Tribute Tags:  Adam                                                             Wride

photo credit: Sawn Swenson

photo credit: Sawn Swenson