Logan Woman to Receive Utah State University Distinguished Service Award

Mar 7, 2013

Global Village Gift founder Sally Keller has spent the last 10 years doing what she loves.
The 80-year-old Cache Valley transplant reflected on a decade of service at her Logan alternative gift store and on the lives of the people she has helped serve through the years. Keller has long been a proponent of fair trade and rights for women.

While living in Logan, she served on Logan Planning and Zoning Commission and served on the USU Women's Center for many years.
To celebrate the reopening of the Logan store at its new location at 69 E. 100 North, the store will invite the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house beginning at 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 8.
Later that evening Keller and her husband, Jack, will be recognized at Utah State University’s Founders Day and will receive the Distinguished Service Award.