Thanks to all who helped Iron County Fair livestock sales
Bouquets & Barbs
From Don Wolf, Iron County Youth Market Livestock Council:
The Iron County Youth Market Livestock Council would like to thank the following buyers who purchased a market livestock animal at the 2018 Iron County Fair:
Rainbow Packing, Roy Polich, F.A. Industrial, Spudland Farms, Brian Carollo Trucking, Lud Stoor Agency, Williams Redi-Mix, RHC Autobody, Ken Santi Northern Septic, Iron County Medical Care Facility, Warren Maki, Crystal Lumber, Stephenson Marketing and Coop, Valley Hydro, Sunrise Lodge, CJ Graphics, Greencliff Lawn and Landscape, Simbob Heating and Cooling, Lortie Plumbing and Heating, Alpha Brewing Company, Today’s Smile Dentistry, Fred Stor Inc., Quality Harvesting, Crystal Steel House, Donati Trucking, Jeff Porier, Justin M. Curtis Accounting, Curtis Family Farms and Robert Thoman.
We would especially like to thank John Bergum for buying the 2018 Iron County Youth Market Livestock Council club hog; all those who donated to the ICYMLC, especially U.S. 2 Rental; Scott’s Subs; and the Loehr and Fischer families for raising the 2018 club fundraising hog.
Lastly, the council would like to thank everyone who supported the 2018 market livestock auction by coming out and bidding on a market animal. We the ICYMLC hope to see everyone again next year at the 2019 Iron County Fair.
Carpenter Memorial, dedication well done
From Agatha Cavaiani, Kingsford:
The National Anthem opened the dedication of the Bert Carpenter Memorial at the Upper Twin Falls Badwater Bridge in Breitung Township by the American Legion Carpenter Clash Post 363.
The United States flag was raised on the Navy flagpole in the shape of a cross by Dan Chapman.
Louie Adams, master of ceremonies, introduced speaker Denny Olson, Breitung Township supervisor, who thanked local historian Bill Cummings in attendance for the excellent history of Bert Carpenter that appeared in the Daily News, along with County Road Commissioner Jim Harris.
Tom Gayan gave the commands for the color guard and the one-gun salute.
Chaplain Keenen Scott prayed for a safe drive home and thanked everyone for coming. “Taps” by David McMahon concluded the program.
Monies for the memorial were donated by the Sons of The American Legion Post 363 and the tribute motorcycle riders. Labor was donated by local contractors and private individuals. Volunteers came for flowers and maintenance.
As you drive by, notice the awesome Navy flag pole in the shape of a cross which is lit at night and flies the Army and Navy flags along with our United States flag.