SeSQUICENTENNIAL Celebration at Cove Fort Historic Site Aug. 4-5

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SeSQUICENTENNIAL Celebration at Cove Fort Historic Site Aug. 4-5


COVE FORT, Millard County - With live music, pioneer crafts and skills demonstrations and wagon and stagecoach rides, the annual Cove Fort Days on Aug. 4-5 will mark the sesquicentennial of the Cove Fort Historic Site in Millard County. The free celebration runs from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. each day.

The fort was built in 1867 when LDS Church President Brigham Young asked Ira Hinckley to take charge of building a fort at Cove Creek, between Filmore and Beaver to be a way station for passing pioneers, according to covefort.info.

Built from black volcanic rock and dark limestone, the fort include a post office and telegraph office.

Cove Fort is located immediately northeast of the junction of I-15 and I-70.

Want to be in the Tabernacle Choir?

SALT LAKE CITY - The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is accepting applications to audition to be part of the choir. The 360-person ensemble will audition altos, sopranos, tenors and basses.

Applications, including a CD voice recording and recommendation of an ecclesiastical leader, must be postmarked no later than Aug. 15, and are the first step in the nine-month audition process. Additional information about the process and an application guide can be found on the choir's website at mormontabernaclechoir.org/about/choir/auditions.html.

Sister Dalton's 2nd term at UVU

OREM - Sister Elaine S. Dalton, general president of the Young Women for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 2008-13, is featured on a recent cover of Utah Valley Magazine. The article, which was published online on July 7, focuses on Sister Dalton's role as a member of the Utah Valley University's Board of Trustees.

According to the article, which is online at utahvalley360.com, Sister Dalton began serving the Wolverines at the request of President Matt Holland, although she nearly turned him down. Sister Dalton explains that after 16 years of service on the Young Women general board, she was anxious to spend more time with her 20 grandchildren. But considering her respect for President Holland, Sister Dalton had a change of heart. Now, as board chair, she helps to oversee "university curriculum, policies, degrees, facilities and bylaws," Utah Valley Magazine reported. …

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