Editor,I would like to thank everyone who attended and helped with the 9/11 unveiling of the firefighter in the Utah State Botanical Gardens in Kaysville on Wednesday. I have been working with the Youth of Promise for over 10 years on this project. On September 5, we needed 100 volunteers to spread bark. We put the word out and when I got to the gardens we had people with wheel barrows and rakes spreading bark. One hundred fifty-eight people showed up. I was overwhelmed that people would come out and volunteer their services on such a hot day. There were 60 students from West Jordan who came in a school bus to help. We had people from Pleasant View, Roy, Clearfield, Logan, Kearns, West Valley, Sandy, Salt Lake City, Layton and of course, Kaysville. The spirit of love and friendship radiated all over the garden that day. Even a local woman who is running for the Kaysville City Council took time off work to come and help. What an asset she will be when she wins in November (she really supports Kaysville).