This newsletter is mostly about the yearly calendar. There was no meeting during the month of July, but we did have a Pancake breakfast for the public at the City Center of the 23rd of July, as we celebrated the day the Mormon Pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley. We appreciate all of those who helped with the breakfast. Gerry, Tom, Steve, Chris, Sanford and others.
The Newsletter carefully goes over the calendar for the rest of the year. Dan Zaleski will be speaking about the CC Camp that was in Hurricane, plus the other camps in the area. The September Event will of course be the National Convention. We encourage everyone in the chapter to register early and show your support for the chapter, and the SUP at national. There has been a great deal of planning put into this wonderful event, and its ultimate success, or failure, will depend upon the numbers who register.
October will have Antone Bringhurst present the history of his family and that of Toquerville, while November we will be honoring a new Modern Day Pioneer. December’s Christmas dinner will be early, December 3rd.
There is also a brief history of the Sheep Shearing Business that sustained the city of Hurricane for several years in the early 1900’s.Download Newsletter