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Pioneer Memorial Museum Information and Overview
Research Hours: Monday through Friday 9 to 4
We are a research facility for histories and photographs. These are available Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm and Wednesday until 7:30 pm.
2015 Days of 47 Royalty Announced
Royalty for 2015 Days of ’47 were crowned Saturday, April 11th, 2015.
The queen is Madeline Kay Field (photo middle), a student at Utah State University. She is the daughter of Mathew Field from Draper, Utah, and Lisa Wiebolt from Syracuse, Utah. First attendant is Christina Muhlestein (left), a student at BYU. Her parents are Brent and Elaine Muhlestein from Bountiful, Utah. Second attendant is Kaitlin Paxton (right), a student at University of Utah. She is the daughter of Bob and Michelle Paxton from Bountiful, Utah. The trio was chosen during a pageant held April 11 at the LDS Conference Center Theater. They were selected by a panel of judges based on talks centered on this year’s theme, “Pioneers – Forging a New Frontier!”. Their goals, accomplishments, poise, leadership, answers to judges’ questions, and family genealogy with pioneers who came to the Salt Lake Valley between 1847 and May 10, 1869 were other qualifications. As they travel and speak this summer, our Royalty will be an example to young women who hear their message. They will represent The Days of ’47 and International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers well.
Numerous Days of ’47 events occur during July. Go to www.daysof47.com for dates and locations. The Days of ’47 Royalty will attend all of these activities. They are available for appearance and speaking engagements from June-August 2015. Contact their advisor Cathy Ehlert at 801-274-1224 or 801-580-8565 or email@example.com to schedule.
Annie Taylor Hyde Award
Kassidi Faulkner, currently attending BYU, the daughter of Anthony and Trina Faulkner from West Jordan, Utah, received the Annie Taylor Hyde Award. She was chosen by her peers for her friendship and kindness.
Jennifer Ortiz, Museum Specialist with Utah Arts and Museums, announces a couple of workshops. The first is Legal Issues for Small Museums to be held June 8th and 9th at the Rio Grande Building in downtown Salt Lake City. This course will cover many legal issues facing museums such as registration, documentation, dealing with donors, and state, national and international laws that affect governance of museums. A select amount of scholarships will be given to cover travel from 100 miles or more from Salt Lake City. Many of the workshops are held in both the northern and southern part of the state. You can find more information by emailing Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 801-245-7288; or Megan at email@example.com or 801-359-9670. Megan says if you are interested in hosting a workshop in your community, contact her.
For the content of this year's Seminar's President's Addendum, please see each department as follows: Introduction; President's Department; DUP Current Theme; Chaplains; History Department; Identifying Pioneers Online for Beginners; Schedule of Lessons and Music; Lessons; Music; Parliamentarians; Registrars; Satellite Museums; Secretary and Treasurers; Secretary; Treasurers and Treasurer's Financial Records.