Wilderness therapy group raises money for scholarships

PROVO — On Thursday night, Dr. Keith Hooker was honored for his 40 years of work and service in the Utah medical community at a fundraising dinner for the Legacy Outdoor Adventures Fund. Held at the Provo City Library, Derek Daley, founder of the LOA Fund, honored Hooker, who died of cancer in June, by presenting a plaque to his wife, Nita. All proceeds went to the LOA Fund, which provides scholarships for wilderness therapy for people suffering from addiction and mental illnesses.


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