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Pleasant Grove Strawberry Days June 12-18, 2011

Lifelong Pleasant Grove couple named Grand Marshals By Angie Walker, Timpanogos Times Paul and Lee Ann Schoonover are very excited and honored to be the Grand Marshals for Strawberry Days 2011. They have always been proud to call Pleasant Grove their home. Lee Ann grew up in Lindon going to Pleasant Grove High School where she was a cheerleader and homecoming queen, graduating in 1966. For years Lee Ann helped with the Strawberry Days Rodeo Queen Pageant and the Strawberry Days Pageant. She was in charge of the tea, a hostess and in charge of advertisement and publicity. She had the opportunity of taking the royalty to different cities council meetings, to radio stations such as KSOP, to the governor’s office and to the Church Office Building of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where they met then-President Gordon B. Hinckley. Each of them took him a case of strawberries. The Strawberry Days Parade was always a highlight at the Schoonover home. Lee Ann would make her family matching shirts for the parade. Paul was always a good sport even when he had to wear a shirt with big red strawberries and a huge collar! For more than 20 years, Lee Ann taught city tennis lessons and was the tennis coach at the Pleasant Grove Junior High School and at Pleasant Grove High. She loved every minute! She has always been a huge support to Paul, who for most of their marriage has had three jobs. Paul grew up in Pleasant Grove. His family owned all the property where Pleasant Grove High School sits and the Alpine School District purchased it from them. Growing up he remembers going down to the Strawberry Days Monte Young Carnival. He and some buddies would ask for a job helping at the carnival and they would get paid with firecrackers instead of money. He remembers that the rides were a nickel, you could play the Crane Game for a nickel, possibly winning silver dollars, and he also remembers winning live ducks if you threw a nickel in a bottle. Paul graduated from Pleasant Grove High in 1965 where he played tennis, golf and baseball. As seniors they were in charge of white washing the “G� on the mountainside. Paul is currently teaching fifth grade at Valley View Elementary School. He has been teaching for 36 years. For 20 years Paul taught city summer tennis lessons and was the boys’ tennis coach at the high school. He was over the Utah County Tennis

Paul and Lee Ann Schoonover are 2011’s Grand Marshals for Pleasant Grove Strawberry Days.

Association and Youth League. He and Lee Ann started the Strawberry Days Tennis Tournament. In the late 1970s, Paul was in charge of the city basketball programs. For 31 years he was over the Bantum League for sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders. He supervised and referred thousands of men’s basketball games while Lee Ann and the kids kept score and time. In the early 1980s Paul took over the City Flag

Football program, which he organized and ran for 25 years. He operated three concession stands, employing many local kids. For 25 years he prepared all the city baseball fields including the Little League, Pony League, softball and high school baseball fields. He has influenced thousands of kids through the years, teaching not only a trade but life lessons along the way.

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>> Wednesday, June 15

Concert in the Park

Baby Contest

Where: New Community Center, 547 Locust When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: New Community Center, 547 Locust When: 9:30 a.m. Winners announced at 2 p.m., must be present to win. Cost: $10 for each division entered Times: 9:30-10:30 a.m. 0-6 months 10:30-11:30 a.m., 7-12 months 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 13-18 months Categories: 0-3 month boy/girl; 4-6 month boy/girl; 7-9 month boy/girl; 10-12 month boy/girl; 13-18 month boy/girl. Specialty categories: 0-9 month boy/girl and 10-18 month boy/girl winners in each division; Strawberry Days Baby; Prince & Princess; Americana

>> MONday, June 13 Free Family Swim Where: Veterans’ Memorial Pool, 300 S. Locust When: 6 p.m.

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Where: Old Community Center When: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

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Where: Pleasant Grove High School Track, 700 E. Battle Creek Drive When: 3 p.m.

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Children’s Parade Where: Pleasant Grove High School Track, 700 E. Battle Creek Drive When: 5 p.m. What: All children are invited to participate

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First Attendant Brooke Savage, Second Attendant Eliza Shumway, Queen Lea Wride, Third Attendant Taylor Welch, Fourth Attendant Hallah Harmon

MISS PLEASANT GROVE ROYALTY Miss Pleasant Grove royalty for2011 2011

First Attendant Brooke Savage, Second Attendant Eliza Shumway, Queen Lea Wride, Third Attendant Taylor Welch, Fourth Attendant Hallah Harmon

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Where: Pioneer Museum, 55 S. 100 East, Pleasant Grove When: 1-5 p.m.

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Where: Rodeo grounds, 255 W. State Road When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: Old Community Center When: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

PRCA Rodeo Where: Rodeo grounds, 255 W. State Road When: 8 p.m. Cost: All seats are $12 Tickets: Available at Smith Drug, 10 S. Main St., Pleasant Grove; Pleasant Grove Macey’s, 931 W. State Road; Gunnies, 396 S. State St., Orem; Ream’s Western Outfitters, 36 S. 200 West, Lehi.

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Concerts in the Park

The 2011 season of Concerts in the Park began June 5. All concerts will be on the east side of the Pleasant Grove Community Center on Locust Avenue, at 7:30 p.m.. abilitation Bring your own chairs and blankets to sit on. This is a fun way the relax on a Sunday care. evening and listen to local talent. The 12 ith concerts scheduled are:

Community

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Utah Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choir Molly K. Skyline Chorus Bluegrass Thunder The Buskers Hunt Family Funeral Potatoes Walker Brothers Buzztones Harold Newman

First Attendant Shianne Lowe, Queen Regan Kae Torres, Second Attendant Lauren Jepson

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STRAWBERRY DAYS RODEO ROYALTY 2011 First Attendant Shianne Lowe, Queen Kae Torres, Second Attendant Lauren Jepson

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Regan began riding at age 7 and another. She has been a judge or conRegan Kae Torres, daughter of has been queening ever since. Some tributor to the pageant for almost 20 Eloy and Kathy Torres of Vernal, was ofTorres her titles include 2009 Wilderness a great joyfor because you get crowned 2011 Strawberry Regan practicesyears. every â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s day preparing Miss Rodeo U Regan Kae the Torres, daughter of EloyDays and Kathy of Vernal, Circuit, 2008 Miss Rodeo Oakley, to week see young women excelling, Queen MayStrawberry 7. Shianne which will be held the of July 24. Along with being prepar Utah, Rodeo was crowned theon 2011 Days Rodeo Queen on SatRodeo Regan is having attending majoring urday,Lowe, May 7.daughter Shianne of Lowe, daughter of Davey 2007 and Lyndi Lowerunner of for second upMiss to Miss HighUtah, challenged, theirschool, character chalDavey and Lyndi and Accounting. Utah, willHaven, serve as first attendant secondRodeo attendant As a benefit for the Center for Women and Children in Crisis, West Haven, Utah Business and 2006 Economics Dinolenged and their self-confidence,â&#x20AC;? she Lowe of West will serve as andSchool excited to work people of Ple daughter of Steve and Cherri saur Jepson of Draper, area firehouses are joining in a friendly competition, new this yearis Lauren Round Up Rodeo inRegan Vernal.said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am stated. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You get towith seethe them grow. first Jepson, attendant and second attendant ant Grove. The PG hospitality is incredible. They have trea Utah. to Strawberry Days. Regan practices every day preparMany of theresidency activities here. that they is Lauren Jepson,who daughter of Steve me well. I might start claiming Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s particibeen fu Other contestants competed were Jennifer Brockbank, The public is invited to taste and vote for their favorite chili. Provo;and ing for Lindon. Miss Rodeo Utah, which willhas helped pate inwith in a the pageant will help them as Cherri Larsen, JepsonWest of Draper. Lori Peters Pleasant Grove Strawbe Raechelle Point; and Amber Wright, The chili is prepared by Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Lehi, Rodeo since eleven years one way orinanoth Deny Farnworth, on behalf of the committee, told be the heldcontestants the week ofDays July 24. Along they move on,old withinprogressing caDeny Farnworth, on behalf of the She Rodeo has been a judge or contributor to theinpageant alm that Pleasant Grovetold is athe community of friends lovepreparing you and apSaratoga Springs and Lone Peak fire departments. for Miss Utah, reers, with advancing college,for with committee, contestants thatwhowith 20 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great joy because you get to see you. He commended the girls for being there. These departments are competing to see who is the best. preciate Regan is attending school, majoring in job interviews, with parenting, with you Pleasant Grove is a community of The contestants were judged in several areas. Each girl mod- women excelling, being challenged, having their charac The competition is on Saturday, June 18 at Noon at Pleasant different types facets of yourge business and accounting. friends whoformal love you appreciate and theirmany self confidence,â&#x20AC;? sheofstated. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You eled her western wearand while 2010 Strawberry Dayseconomics Rodeo challenged Grove Fire Station, 92 E. 100 South in Pleasant Grove. life.ofI know that personally I gained a said,their â&#x20AC;&#x153;I amsee excited work Many HeSizemore commended thebiography. girls for bethemtogrow. the activities that they participate Queenyou. Bailee read her The girls Regan showcased The Chili Challenge is sponsored by Rib City, Costco, Bank of personality in a pageant will helpgreat themdeal as of they move on, and with a two minute speech on a subjectwith of their withdeterprogress confidence thechoosing. people of Pleasant Grove. The ing there. Following their speech, each impromptu in careers, with advancing in from college, with job interviews, American Fork and Pleasant Grove Strawberry Days Rodeo. mination participating in these w P.G.an hospitality is incredible. They have The contestants werecontestant judged inanswered question, testing their rodeo knowledge. parenting, with many different types of facets of your life treated me well. I might start claiming types of pageants,â&#x20AC;? 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May 2026 && 21, August 27,2011 2011

13th Annual Utah Wild Horse & Burro Festival Salt Lake County Equestrian Park 10800 South 2200 West South Jordan, Utah Don’t miss renowned trainer Lanny Leach on 26 from 5pm-7pm when he gentles a Friday, Aug. May 20 wild horse that will be available for adoption on Sat!!! This gentling demonstration is sponsored by Mustangs of America Foundation and is free to the public!!! www.lannyandloganleachhorsemanship.com

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