Join in our 6th Annual Teetotaler’s SpeakEasy!

Come and join us for our  big event to provide support and scholarship to promote recovery.

WHEN : October 26,2018

WHERE: Salt Lake Country Club
2400 Country Club Dr  Salt Lake City

TIME : 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

There’s a surf n turf dinner, live auction, raffles and many more. We will be given a message of hope by John Curtis and and our Keynote speaker will be Ben Aldana.

All proceeds benefit Sobriety Foundation’s Sober Living Program which helps financially disadvantaged Utahn adults with a path to long term,sustainable sobriety.

For Tickets: $200 each and you can also click the DONATE tab now button , buy tickets and note in the message section what they are for. For more details and inquiry you can call (801) 871 – 5843.

Congressman John R. Curtis

John R. Curtis proudly represents Utah’s 3rd Congressional District in the United States Congress. A district that includes Salt Lake, Utah, Emery, Carbon, San Juan, Grand, and Wasatch Counties. Congressman Curtis serves on the Foreign Affairs, Natural Resources and Small Business committees. Since being elected a few months ago Congressman Curtis’ bill has become law, held over 50 town halls and is reforming Congress one pair of crazy socks at a time.

Ben Aldana

After spending a little over six years in federal prison, Ben Aldana transitioned back into his community at the age of 29, where he began putting his life together.  At that time, Ben went to work doing road construction, and despite the countless, abysmal failures of the current system of criminal justice in America, the entirely undeserved, but crucial help that Ben was been given throughout his process of reentering society—by his family and numerous others—has allowed him to succeed where others just as capable have unfortunately failed.  Shortly after being released from prison in 2010, Ben also began attending college at Utah Valley University with his time after work.  In 2014, he graduated from Utah Valley University with a BS in Behavioral Science, a minor in Political Science, and a certificate in Substance Use Disorder Counseling.  And in April 2018, Ben graduated from the J. Rueben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University.  He now works for the Utah County Public Defender Association, where he will soon begin working full-time as a public defender.