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AN EDITION Cnwtt A CENTURY OF SERVICE Volume Ninety-Nin- : YOUR TOWN, YOUR NEIGHBORS, YOUR NEWSPAPER Eureka, Utah - Friday, June 18, 2004 e The baseball season in Fox League Eureka is at the half way Friday, June 18, 7 p.m., point, and the players need Eureka Vibes vs. Goshen your support now more Steelers in Goshen than ever! They are holdWednesday, June 23, 6 most sales of bake at p.m., Eureka Vibes vs. ing the home games for the Salem Sluggers in Eureka public. The money raised at Friday, June 25, 7 p.m., the bake sales is used to Eureka Vibes ys, Santaquin purchase the player's Crush in Santaquin medallions and trophies. Please come out and support our kids! Contact Dawn Christensen, if you would like to donate items for the bake sales. The Little Eureka scheduled League games for this week are: 433-637- 4, Pony League Tuesday, June 22, 7 p.m., Eureka Yankees vs. Salem Giants in Salem Thursday, June 24, 6 p.m., Eureka Yankees vs. Juab Blue in Eureka Phoenix League Monday, June 21, 8:45 Miners vs. Fork Jazz in p.m., Spanish Spanish Fork Lady - rr., ' wfii. :$g aefloner Baseball season is half over T-B- all OF THE Eureka Preservation Commission replaces steps on old building The Eureka Preservation Commission hopes everyone will take time to notice the new steps at the 1899 City Hall. Billy Baum did his usual good job replacing the demolished old steps. Work is now being done on the railing, and that should soon be in place. The next phase will either be the porch floor, walls, or replacement of the brick and morter that has worn away through the years. Watch their progress, or even lend a hand. This is a unique building. Have you ever stopped and really taken a close look? The bricks were individually painted, one by one, then morter Number Price 40 Cents was painted between. There are so many wonderful things left in Eureka's old town that the Preservation Commission would really like to save and be proud of. Tuesday, June 22, 5 p.m., Eureka Giants vs. Goshen Wednesday, June 23, 6 Cardinals in Goshen p.m., Lady Miners vs. Tuesday, June 22, 6:30 Spanish Fork Stazz in p.m., Eureka Angels vs. Spanish Fork Genola Royals in Genola Thursday, June 24, 6:30 p.m., Eureka Giants vs. Goshen Dodgers in Eureka Thursday, June 24, 5 p.m., Eureka Orioles vs. Goshen in Cardinals Eureka A nice group of 29 gathered at the Coach Pitch Memorial Building on Wednesday, June 9, Tuesday, June 22, 6 p.m., for the Tintic Historical Society meeting. Eureka Cubs vs. Santaquin All reportably enjoyed the guest speaker, Mariners in Eureka Sarah Barlow, and many are still talking Mustang League about it! Friday, June 18, 5:30 Sarah educated and entertained with p.m., Eureka White Sox vs. her stories and displays she shared about Goshen Braves in Eureka the customs and culture of the Navajo peoWednesday, June 23, 7 ples. Her first-han- d knowledge and experip.m., Eureka White Sox vs. ences helped all spend a while reliving her in childhood. Angels Santaquin Santaquin You could really feel the joy she had with Friday, June 25, 7 p.m., her sheep and goats, being taught by her Eureka White Sox vs. grandmothers and learning about life, as Santaquin Yankees in you were almost there with the way Barlow Eureka presented her topic. Everyone went away Please do your part We are not just a falling down old town if we all take time, to learn about the buildings we have left. Swimming lessons It's not too late to sign up for swimming lessons. They will be transporting students on the school bus to the Nephi pool for the lessons. Preschool children need to be driven by their parents. The beginning lessons cost $30 for two weeks (10 days). More advanced classes run $40. Lessons will begin on June 21 and go to July 2. To sign up or for call more information, Maria Coons at 433-201- 1. Historical Society Deairinis about the Navajo TTintic with knowledge they didn't have when they arrived. More good news, Max and Leah Garbett have joined the Board of Directors of the society. The governing board is looking forward to their inpute. The society received notice this week that their request for a grant from the Office of Museum Services has been approved. The money will be used to finish and revamp displays. This will take care of loose ends that have been put on hold for years, and will make the Tintic Mining Museum a nicer place to visit. The society hopes it will help with community pride. 11 Zachary Marc Sparrow Zachary Marc Sparrow, son of Randy and Kathy Sparrow, recently received his masters of science degree in computer information systems from the University of Phoenix. and His mother Grandma Betty Robinson flew to Tucson, Arizona for a surprise visit, and to attend the commencement ceremony. Other family members offered congratulations by phone, mail or Zach was a great tour guide for them including taking them on a venture into Old Mexico. Miss Tintic Pageant entrants sought The annual Miss Tintic Pageant will be held Friday, Aug. 20. Tintic High School in the students, grades 2003-200- 4 school year, are invited to participate. Contact . Traci Snell, 4333-103or Elise Meir, by June 21 to 9-- 12 0, 433-203- 1, signup.