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Welcome To Peach Days 2013!

Welcome to our 15th annual “Peach Days: A Celebration of our Heritage”. In 1999 when we first started our “new” Peach Days, there were skeptics that thought the community would not back this event. But they were pleasantly surprised! It was a hit from the beginning, and has continued to grow and become a favorite of people all over the county. Today we have returning world-wide visitors! Peach Days had been a part of Hurricane almost from its beginning when it started as the “Fruit Festival” and a way to market the valley fruit. It soon took on the name of “Peach Days” and eventually the County asked Hurricane to make Peach Days the Washington County Fair. When the fair outgrew little Hurricane and the county moved the fair to the new Regional Park, Hurricane missed their community celebration. Soon plans were made for a new Peach Days. The first year was an incredible hit. The crowds were large, the participation inspiring, and the skeptics silenced! Fifteen years later we are grateful for the participation and enjoyment the community gives this fun filled weekend. We are happy as a committee to see this annual event so well loved. Its permanent home at the Community Center brings fond memories of the days when it was the Hurricane

Elementary with the old High School across the street. There is something for all ages at Peach Days. We hope you will come and enjoy the displays and food or commercial booths, wander through the Pioneer Corner, gather candy at the best parade in the county, and enjoy the amazing local entertainment throughout this two day event. New this year will be a “Hurricane’s Got Talent” contest and a Pickleball Tournament. As always there is the Peach Days Rodeo, Movie in the Park, Peach Cook-off, or Candy Cannon. Food contests, Quilt Show or Camp, and kids’ activities also guarantee fun for all the family. You can have a good time without spending a dime, or bring a few dollars and add to the enjoyment. We are so thrilled to have you once again join us at what has become the biggest event in the Hurricane Valley. Come and visit with old friends, make some new ones, stroll down the lane of nostalgia, and be a part of our Peach Days Celebration! See you there!

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Hurricane City Peach Days Celebration Wednesday, August 28th — Saturday, August 31st

Wednesday Aug. 28, 2013 All Day 4 to 8:30 pm

Committees set up for displays: Hurricane Community Center Home Arts and Fine Art Entries to be turned in. (Pick up Saturday 9 pm FIRM)

Thursday August 29, 2013 4 to 8:30 pm All Day 12 pm - 7 pm 6:00 pm

Garden, Flowers, Bottled, Baked & Candy goods entries to be turned in (Pick up Saturday 9 pm FIRM) Judging and set up Food, commercial & homemade booths set up Hurricane’s Got Talent! – Preliminary Round – Fine Arts Building

Friday August 30, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Peach Days Opens: Displays: Home and Fine Arts and Garden, flowers, baking and bottling (Community Center Bldg) Quilt Show (quilts displayed by Zion Piecemakers Quilt Guild members only) (Fine Arts Bldg) Food / Commercial / Homemade Booths Open Candy Cannon and Pioneer Games /Kiddie Carnival / Games Quilt Camp: 10 am-10pm.(635-4748 or Peachdaysquiltcamp.blogspot.com) sponsor- Main Street Quilt Cottage 12 Noon Continuous Entertainment: 2 stages 4:00 pm Eating Contest: Family of four 6:00 pm Eating Contest: Family of Four 6:30 p.m. Opening Program: Stage one- north lawn 7:00 pm Governors Program – Fine Arts Building Dusk (@8:30) Movie in the Park – Cars 2 (grass west of Fine Arts Bldg) Sponsored by Hurricane Pediatric Dentistry -Bring your own blanket or chair 10:00 p.m. Displays close Saturday August 31, 2013 6:15 a.m. 12K Fun Run (Meet Community Center Parking Lot; register 5:30 a.m.) 6:30 a.m. Historic Hurricane Canal Trail Trek (Strenuous and moderate levels: meet at Heritage Park; free t-shirt) 8:00 a.m. Historic Hurricane Canal Trail Trek (Easy Level Meet at Bowery Trail Head 200 N. 200 E.) 9:00 a.m. Parade (line up 8:00 a.m. along 400 South -Parade route cleared from 7 am to 11 am) See Parade route on page 10. After parade HHS All Class Reunion: after parade until noon – Reunion Room Community Center (@ 10:30am) Displays: Home and Fine Arts and Garden, flowers, baking and bottling (Community Center Bldg) Quilt Show (quilts displayed by Zion Piecemakers Quilt Guild members only) (Fine Arts Bldg) Pioneer Corner begins (and runs until 5:00 PM) Quilt Camp:10:30 am-4 pm.(635-4748 or Peachdaysquiltcamp.blogspot.com) sponsor- Main Street Quilt Cottage Food / Commercial / Homemade Booths/Reunion Rooms open Continuous Entertainment: 2 stages Candy Cannon and Pioneer Games / Kiddie Carnival / Games 10 am - 1 pm Home Depot Kids Kit Activity: FREE (first come first serve)

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Hurricane’s Got Talent! Final Round - Fine Arts Building Eating Contest- Family of Four Eating Contest – Family of Four Peach Cook-off (Community Cntr. South Sidewalk: enter dishes 4:30 - 5 p.m. Judging at 5:00) Rodeo (Rodeo Grounds north of town by swimming pool) Concerts (2 different stages) Displays close (NO displays picked up before 9 pm) Fireworks! (Discharged near community center) Peach Days Closes - See you in 2014!

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Mayor Tom Hirschi to retire after three terms as mayor and one term as city councilman.

The picture is indicative of why Mayor Hirschi has held his leadership position so long and why he could no doubt continue to hold it in the future. Working in his smalltown barbershop, he has been accessible as well as open to the voicing of citizens’ concerns to a remarkable degree quite possibly unmatched by any mayor in the past and one that will likely be unequaled in the future. He has spoiled us in that regard. Most astonishingly, there is no known example of him nicking a customer’s hair because his hand shook as the result of a citizen’s tirade. The picture also hints at another value that has been in the background of every decision Tom has made; his goal for Hurricane, in spite of the pressures of necessary growth, to maintain the small town values and atmosphere which is such a valued part of the community’s tradition. Tom grew up in Hurricane and was notable in his youth by how he kept school officials and law enforcement officers on their toes. He married Kaye Wright also from Hurricane. Tom gives Kaye most of the credit for the children growing up to be good productive citizens as well as crediting her with the fact that he has also been a productive citizen and active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Tragically, Kaye died February 20, 2000 and Tom has since married Kitty Peyton Campbell. Upon moving back to Hurricane now a trained barber, Tom threw himself into service activities such as organizing and making successes of Little League Football Little League Baseball, and Hurricane Peach Day. He has served as chairman of both the County Fair and of Peach Day. He has at times been, coach, announcer, member and/or chairman of community planning boards and has taken an active role in Republican Party politics. Service has been a way of life. Hurricane’s population has nearly doubled since Tom first took office and he has been part of many important decisions aimed at maintaining growth patterns to the benefit of all. Another extremely important role has been to assess potential new businesses as to their community asset, to welcome desirable ones so that they aren’t lured elsewhere and then to make certain they are successfully launched. An eyewitness to many of the initial meetings testifies to Tom’s effectiveness using the initial meeting with Orgil, Inc. as an example. He wrote: The conversation with Tom was mostly a “feel good” discussion about the Valley and why the company would be welcomed and happy if they located there. It wasn’t long before duty called Tom back to either the school bus or the barbershop – I don’t recall which. After Tom left, the company officials made a number of complimentary comments about “the mayor” and how comfortable they would be in his town. Throughout that day, the evening meal and even into the next day, the company representatives made comments about wanting to be in Tom’s town. He made quite the impression on them and that meeting was a major contributing factor in the

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Mayor Hirschi at Tom’s Clip Joint company locating in Hurricane. As indicated, Tom has grappled with the question of how to maintain small-town qualities in the face of urban and industrial growth. A major opportunity to help achieve this goal emerged when the city was able to acquire eight acres of downtown property from the school district. Tom has led the way in planning for facilities that will foster a unifying spirit in the community as well as searching for ways to fund these projects The vast majority of citizens will agree that Hurricane is much better off because of Tom’s years of service in the City’s behalf.

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Peach Days 2013 Entry Information DISPLAYS: *All sweepstakes will receive cash prizes. All entries will receive ribbons. * Enter display items from 4 to 8:30 pm at the Hurricane Community Center on: Wed. Aug. 28 - Home and Fine Arts Thurs. Aug 29 - Garden,Flowers,Bottling,Baking. * All entries picked up Sat. August 31 from 9 to 10pm. (NO EARLY WITHDRAWAL. NO EXCEPTIONS!) Home Arts (Enter Wed.Aug.28 from 4 – 8:30 pm) 1. Enter crafts such as tole, woodworking, sewing, quilts, dolls, dried flower arrangements, etc. 2. There will be youth and adult divisions. 3. Enter as often as you like. 4. Win a blue, red, white, or sweepstakes ribbon. 5. All Sweepstakes will receive cash prizes. 6. Special displays by invitation (or call if interested). (For more info. call Julie Iverson 635-4059) Fine Arts (Enter Wed. Aug.28 from 4 – 8:30 pm) 1. Enter all kinds of artwork: photography, art, etc. Category 1: Pencil, Chalk, Charcoal, Pen and ink Category 2: Watercolor Category 3: Oils, Acrylics Category 4: Mixed Media Category 5: Photography 2. Entries limited to 2 items total per person. 3. Artwork and photography MUST be ready to hang. 4. Divisions: professional; semi-prof.; amateur; youth (age 13-18); children (age 7 –12); children (age 6 and under) and special needs. 5. Size limit (because of display space) no larger than 2’x4’. 6. All Sweepstakes will receive cash prizes. (For more info. call Patty Hughes 467-4080) Garden, Flowers, Baked and Bottled goods (EnterThurs.Aug 29 from 4 – 8:30 pm) 1. There will be a youth division age 16 and under in baking only. 2. All other categories are general entry. 3. All Sweepstakes will receive cash prizes. Garden judging guidelines: 1. There must be 3 items of comparable size, shape and color per entry on a white paper plate except large items (melons etc.) 2. Entries should be clean and ready for judging. 3. Crate Display: Arrange a 13x15 shallow crate (provided by Peach Days) with assorted fruits and vegetables. This can be done by individuals or groups (neighbors, friends, clubs, organizations, etc.) Crates will be judged like all other entries, including a sweepstakes cash prize. NO People’s Choice Award Flowers 1. Fresh cut flowers – enter individual variety, or a multi flower bouquet. 2. Judged on size, quality, color variety and creativity. Bottled goods judging guidelines 1. Display preserved food in a clear standard canning jar. 2. Leave proper headspace for each variety. (1” for low acid foods, vegetables and meat; 1/2” for acid foods, fruits & tomatoes; 1/4” for jams, juices, pickles and relishes.) 3. Product should not be mushy or over-processed. Baked goods and candy judging guidelines 1. Must include a recipe card with ingredients listed. 2. There must be at least 5 samples / entry except for larger items (bread, or pies). No entries that require refrigeration. 3. Enter items on a paper plate in a Ziploc bag or wrapped in plastic wrap. (For more info call Susan Johnson 635-4987)

12K Fun Run (Start at Community Center) 1. Sat.Aug 31. Register 5:30 a.m. Race 6:15 am 2. Anyone can win: estimate your time and the closest to estimate wins! No watches allowed! (Info: Darin and Shelley Thomas 635-2692) Rodeo Rough stock, roping, and gymkhana events. Held Sat Aug31 at 7:00 p.m. Entry fee must be paid by Monday Aug 26 to avoid late fee. For info call Kathie and Kelby Iverson 635-2730. Peach Cook off (Saturday Aug 31) 1. Prepare your favorite Peach dish (hot or cold) and bring to the south sidewalk of the Community Center next to the classrooms (near 100 South Street). 2. Enter dishes between 4:30 and 5:00 p.m. Sat Aug 31. Judging will begin at 5:00 p.m. 3. To qualify for prizes, recipes are due to Peggy Clyde by Aug. 21. 4. Peach Cookbook will be available to purchase that day if enough recipes are turned in. 5. 1st, 2nd, & 3rd – Cash Prizes, & Grand Prize: Bosch Bread Maker (For more information call Peggy Clyde 635-2633. Recipes can be sent via Email: peggyclyde@beyondbb.com Parade (Sat. Aug 31) 1. Line up 8:00 a.m. 2. Parade starts at 9:00 a.m. 3. All groups, families, organizations, businesses, individuals, etc. are encouraged to enter!(For info call Angie Erickson 680-1973 or peachdaysparade@gmail.com ) Hurricane’s Got Talent! Held in Community Center Fine Arts Bldg. Preliminary round Thurs Aug 29 at 6:00 pm; Finals Sat. Aug 31 at 2:00 p.m. Cash prizes! For entry and general info call Mark Phillips 862-6143 Historic Hurricane Canal Pioneer Trek Saturday Aug 31. Meet at Heritage Park at 6:30 a.m. for the moderate (4.5 miles) or strenuous (5.7 miles) hikes. Meet at the Bowery Trail Head at 8:00 a.m. for the mild (1/4 mile) hike. Bring water and wear good shoes. Hurricane Canal Trail Shirts given out at early hike. Call Laura Thomas (635-9111) for more info. Pioneer Corner Displays and demonstrations of traditional pioneer crafts and lifestyles. Samples available, but no vendors (to sell items contact Homemade or Commercial for a space). To participate or for more information call Kimberly Nielson (635-7454)

General Information call Exec. Board members David Stirland 6350343, Jarolyn Stout 635-4204, Vera Hirschi 635-4426.

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Hurricane Pediatric Dentistry is sponsoring a movie night! This will be held Friday evening on the grass area next to our new Pickleball courts. (Just west of the Fine Arts Building.) The movie will begin at dusk – around 8:30. Bring your own lawn chairs or a big blanket. The food booths will be open making it possible to bring food or refreshment with you and your family to enjoy while watching the movie.

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Peach Days History

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    This Labor Day weekend, August 30 and 31,  will be the 15th annual celebration of Peach Days.  However, Peach Days really began  a long time ago.  It is an integral part of Hurricane’s  history.  What began as a Fruit Festival in 1909 would evolve into the Peach Days and eventually the Washington County Fair.      When the infamous Hurricane Canal began to flow the life blood of the valley – water – the farmers were able to begin planting.  Water was available as early as 1906, but not until 1908 did it reach the South Fields.  Several thousand Elberta peach trees were purchased and planted by the valley’s newly formed “commercial club” in 1908.  They battled many hungry rabbits as they nurtured these baby trees along.  Frank Barber, an experienced nursery man from Centerville, Utah came to Hurricane in January 1907 and began cracking peach pits which he planted in the spring.   He organized the Hurricane Nursery Company (later the Dixie Fruit and Produce Company). Barber became involved in the commercial club and as the vice president organized the first “Fruit Festival”.  This was held in 1909 in the Social Hall.  The townspeople came and displayed the best fruits they had raised: Elberta peaches, grapes, and melons.  The produce was judged and then those attending the “Fruit Festival” all helped eat the scrumptious display.      The second year (1910) the Festival expanded and invited outsiders to share in Hurricane’s wealth.  The Hurricane

residents and guests shared a meal, then moved to the Social Hall to view the fruit displays. It was described in the county news as  fruit with “an extra superior quality”, and that “finer peaches were never seen anywhere”. Equal praise was given to the grapes, melons and other fruits (except for the apples which were a little wormy). After the judging and prizes, the crowd once again ate the delicious fruits. The day’s festivities were rounded off with a baseball game and a dance at the town square (now Heritage Park and Hurricane Community Center).      From these humble beginnings the fruit festival grew into a two day event with roping contests, foot races, horse races, bronco riding, steer wrestling, baseball, dancing parties and cantatas.  The fruit was still the center of the event and on the afternoon of the second day the melons were cut and everyone ate the fruit display.       The Fruit Festival became the Hurricane Peach Days.  The first Peach Days was held July 20, 1911.  It was originally

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15th Annual Peach Days called Elberta Days, and in 1915 the name was changed to Peach Days. Exciting things happened at Peach Days, like in 1916 when Mr. Fox brought his automobile to the celebration and charged 10 cents for a ride from the north end of Main Street to the flour mill and back!   In 1929 Hurricane’s Peach Days had livestock and poultry exhibits, agricultural and horticultural displays, and various entertainments. It had achieved county fair status. At this time the county wanted to hold this fair annually and alternate among the towns of the county.  The suggestion to hold it in St. George the next year was made, but the 1930 festival was again in Hurricane, and there it was to remain.  In 1951 the name was changed to the Washington County Fair.  County commissioners asked Hurricane to make this the county fair celebration because of its great success.      The fair grew bigger and bigger.  By the 1970s seed displays and agricultural exhibits were held in the old high school gym, and home arts exhibits were in the elementary multi-purpose room. During the 1980s it was expanded  over a couple of city blocks.  Home arts and baked and bottled goods were displayed in the new Hurricane High School’s gym and other parts of the building.  Commercial booths lined the street along 100 south to Hurricane Elementary where in the old gym were seed and agricultural displays.  Food booths were nestled along the street under the shade trees of the Elementary.  At least three Continuous Entertainment stages were set up.  One on the new High School Lawn, one among the booths along 100 south, and another on the lawn at the elementary.  The carnival was set up over the years in various places (football or practice field, the street, playground, and a vacant lot), boxing was held at the American Legion Boxing Arena, and a rodeo at the American Legion Rodeo Grounds.  Dances were held (a teenager’s dance and a country dance) at the old tennis courts, and the American Legion patio. The music could be heard all over the downtown and nearby residential area. Two parades were held: a children’s parade on Friday evening, and a general parade on Saturday morning.       Remodeling at Hurricane High School caused the County Fair to be moved to the new Hurricane Middle School in the early 1990s.  It was much more cramped and congested there and only lasted a few years before the new fair grounds were built at the Washington County Regional Park, and the Washington County Fair was moved to these new facilities.       Hurricane residents missed the small town celebration that had grown so large and moved from the downtown part of their community.  In 1999 the first board members (David Stirland, Tom Hirschi, Jarolyn Stout, and Vera Hirschi) organized  committees and the first “new” Peach Days, which was held September 3rd and 4th, 1999.  It was a huge success, with even its critics admitting it was a wonderful event.  The community feeling of unity was back.  Fond memories of days gone by were relived, and new memories were made. The goal of the board and committees has been to  keep Peach Days a smaller hometown event without an over-flux of “commercial”. Peach Days was held in its old stomping grounds at the old HHS and Hurricane elementary grounds.  The old High School was torn down in 2004, so the layout was changed and expanded to the Elementary building, but the events and displays are still much the same. Then in 2010 when Hurricane Elementary was moved to a new location, Hurricane City purchased the

old school building and grounds, which is now the Hurricane Community Center. With the acquisition of the old “town square”, it allowed Peach Days to run for two full days as the school schedule no longer needed to be worked around.      Whether you are a native to the area or a transplant, Peach Days will give you a great sense of community and appreciation for our pioneer heritage.  You can walk through room in the Community Center or Fine Arts building and view various handiwork, garden and art displays.  You may want to attend the craft show, or wander through pioneer corner and learn about the crafts and skills our pioneer ancestors  passed down.  Kids will enjoy the kiddy carnival, Pioneer Games and Candy Cannon.  Be sure to grab a bite to eat at the food booths lining the street in front of the Community Center and relax under the shade as you listen to some local talent at the continuous entertainment. Don’t miss the parade Saturday morning or the old fashioned rodeo Saturday night or “Come See Our Valley” on Thursday, Friday and Saturday for some great entertainment.        Hurricane has a great heritage to celebrate.  Be sure to celebrate with us this year at Hurricane Peach Days. (References for this article from: “A Little Oasis in the Desert” by W. Paul Reeve, 1996; and “Hurricane Then and Now” by Dell C Stout, 1999).

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15th Annual Peach Days Peach Days Events and Activities Exhibits–There will be Home Arts, Fine Arts, garden and canning displays in the lunchroom and various rooms of the Hurricane Community Center. Group and individual displays of handiwork from the past year may be entered. Artists of all ages will have a chance to show off their talents in different aspects of artwork. Gardeners, home canners, and bakers also get to enter their favorite products for display. The Home Arts, Fine Arts, gardening, candy and canning will all have their entries judged and ribbons will be awarded. Be sure to wander through the Hurricane Community Center & enjoy yourself as we share our talents with one another. Parade–The parade will begin on Saturday, August 31 at 9:00 a.m. Line up starts at 8:00 a.m. There will be some fun entries in the parade this year. The parade will begin at 400 South and Main, turns down 100 South and travels West and turns South on to 300 West. It will end on 300 South and 300 West. No parking on parade route on Saturday, August 31 from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. For entry information, call Angie Erickson 680-1973 or peachdaysparade@gmail.com. Don’t miss this fun traditional part of Peach Days! Peach Cook-off–Mark your calendar for Saturday, August 31 at 5:00 p.m. on the south sidewalk of the elementary school for the Peach Days Peach Cook-off. Any peach dishes whether hot or cold are encouraged to be entered. Cobblers, drinks, cakes, breads or whatever creative dish you may know of, are all welcome. There will be prizes awarded! Pull out those favorite recipes and let’s show off our cooking talents. For more information, call Peggy Clyde at 635-2633. There are only two rules for the cook-off. 1- Submit your recipe with a valid phone number by August 21 to Peggy Clyde (peggyclyde@beyondbb.com). 2- Bring your prepared peach dish to be judged between 4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Judging will start at 5:00 p.m. All submitted entries will be qualified for the Grand Prize of a Bosch Bread Machine!!! Cash prizes to 1st, 2nd and 3rd runners up. A cookbook will be published containing all of the submitted recipes. Come and taste the entries after the judging around 5:45 p.m. on the south side of the Community Center. Food and Commercial Booths–Food & Commercial booths will be spread along the street between the elementary buildings. Relax under a shade tree while you enjoy a meal or snack. Everything from hot dogs to Navajo tacos & ice cold drinks to shaved ice treats will be availabe to buy. Browse through the commercial booths for a variety of wares to purchase. There should be something for everyone. Rodeo–Saturday, August 31 at 7:00 p.m. will be an amateur Jackpot, Bull Riding, Roping, Mutton Bustin’, Chicken chase, and Gymkhana events. A cook shack will be open for any hungry audience members or participants. For entry and general information, call Kathy and Kelby Iverson at 635-2730. $3 per person or $15 for families.   Hurricane High FFA Fundraiser. 12 K Fun Run–Anyone can win this Fun Run! You race against yourself. Estimate your time and the one who comes closest to their estimate wins! This will be held on Saturday, August 31 at 6:15 am in front of Hurricane Community Center. No watches or timepieces allowed! For more information, call Darin & Shelly Thomas at 635-2692 or 313-2692. Homemade Show–The north Community Center lawn is the perfect place to show and buy wares from some of our local talented crafters. The craft show will be open all day Friday and Saturday. Carnival–Enjoy an “Old Fashioned Carnival”. Plan to come and slide on the big water slide, play in the bouncy houses, climb a wall, or a number of other booths set up for both children, teens and adults! There should be something for everyone. Historic Hurricane Canal Pioneer Trek–Saturday, August 31 at 6:30 a.m. (8:00 a.m. for easy hike) will be 3 levels of hikes along the Hurricane Canal. Meet at the Heritage Park. You may choose from a mild (1/4 mile), moderate (4.5 miles), or strenuous (5.7 miles) hike. Be sure to bring water and wear good shoes. Canal shirts will be given out at the 6:30 a.m. hike. Candy Cannon & Pioneer Games–The North lawn of the Community Center will sport a teepee where the Emersons welcome children for free Pioneer Games, and where “Emo” the Mountain Man and his family will blast candy from a cannon periodically throughout the day.

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15th Annual Peach Days Pioneer Corner–Peach Days: A Celebration of our Heritage. This theme to our celebration we usually refer to as just Peach Days, sets the stage for the popular Pioneer Corner. In Pioneer Corner, our Heritage is shown very strongly. Many crafts and skills that our pioneer forefathers used as a part of their daily living, have been passed down and are used today both as hobbies, or in some cases as a basis for making a living. Pioneer Corner is patterned after the Southern Utah Folk Life Festival that used to be held in Zion every September. There you will find many of the same demonstrations in our Pioneer Corner. Take some time to wander through the tables under the shade on the Community Center lawn on Saturday, August 31. Stop and watch the demonstrations, ask questions, or even try your hand at many of the wonderful things available. Each demonstrator has generously donated his or her day to share with us the parts of the past that have been handed down to us today. Some booths will have samples of their items to taste such as delicious Dutch Oven potatoes, scones, or molasses candy. You won’t want to miss this fun part of Peach Days! Quilt Show–Be sure to check out the beautiful quilts on display in the Community Center Fine Arts Building. FIREWORKS at the close of Peach Days on Saturday night at 9:30 p.m. Fireworks will be launched near the Community Center, not the high school. Home Depot Kids Activity Center – Bring your kids and participate in the Home Depot Kids activity center located in the south lawn of the Fine Arts Auditorium on Saturday, August 31 after the parade. FREE, but first come first serve. Hurricane’s Got Talent – Calling all singers, dancers, ventriloquists, comedians, musicians, magicians and strangely talented people! We want you to participate in the 1st annual Peach Days Hurricane’s Got Talent Competition. Three categories: 12 and under, 13-18 years old, and Adult sections. For entry and general info call Mark Phillips 862-6143 Chalk Art Exhibition on the north lawn sidewalk of the Community Center, sponsored by Rod Peterson, Art Director of Diamond Ranch Academy, and featuring student artists from Diamond Ranch Academy. Movie in the Park – Bring your own blanket or chair and enjoy Cars 2 in the park on Friday evening on the grass west of Fine Arts Bldg.Sponsored by Hurricane Pediatric Dentistry

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2013 Peach Days Parade Route Hurricane Fine Arts Center

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1 – Homemade Show 2 – Continuous Entertainment Stage 1 (East Lawn) 3 – Candy Cannon and Pioneer Games 4 – Pioneer Corner 5 – Old Fashioned Carnival 6 ­– Information Booth 7 – Porta-Potties 8 – Sidewalk Chalk Exhibits

200 West will be closed early on Saturday for the fireworks. Please watch for signs. Vehicles will be towed!!!

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Street sides near Peach Days Hurricane High School (100 S 300 W) Red Brick Church (300 S 100 W) Businesses on State Street per posted signs Businesses on Main Street per posted signs

• PARKING IN AN AREA POSTED NO PARKING WILL RESULT IN A PARKING TICKET AND POSSIBLY HAVING YOUR VEHICLE TOWED

Watch for the FREE shuttles to and from Hurricane High School and the Red Brick Church. Park and catch a ride to your celebration of Peach Days.

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HURRICANE’S GOT TALENT! Calling all singers, dancers, ventriloquists, comedians, musicians, magicians and strangely talented people! We want you to participate in the 1st annual Peach Days Hurricane’s Got Talent Competition. Three categories: 12 and under, 13-18 years old, and Adult sections. Look forward to fantastic judges and great prizes to be awarded in each category. Entry forms available on the Hurricane’s Got Talent Facebook page, at the Hurricane City offices, and at Lin’s Customer Service Desk. Auditions will be held Thursday, 8/29. More detailed information and instructions available on the entry forms. The main Show will be Saturday, 8/31 at 2pm in the Community Center Auditorium. We have Drew Durrant, famous for his amazing talent in the Rattlin’ D Playhouse, will be our guest emcee. So, start preparing now and get your act together! Share your talent, and come enjoy a wonderful afternoon of laughs, talents, and a rip-roaring good time! Also, new and exciting this year will be a fabulous chalk art exhibition on the north lawn sidewalk of the Community Center, sponsored by Rod Peterson, Art Director of Diamond Ranch Academy, and featuring student artists from Diamond Ranch Academy.

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Each year hundreds of patrons enjoy the annual Peach Days Rodeo. It is held at the rodeo arena on 200 West 750 North (near the city pool). It is small town rodeo at its best. This is a mostly kids rodeo, with teens and younger riding bucking steers, or kids in the “Mutton Bustin” where they do their best to hold on to an adult sheep. There are poles, barrels, and roping for all ages, or the greased pig chase and chicken chase for kids. These kid events require no cowboy experience – just show up and join in! But by far the favorite is the “Hide Race” where one rider pulls a cow hide to the end of the arena, and a standing team mate hops on the hide and holds on to the rope for a dusty and wild ride to the finish line. This rodeo is a bargain for families: only $3 per person or $15 for families. It is a fundraiser for Hurricane High FFA. It is held Saturday night at 7:00 pm and promises a fun filled evening for all who attend. There is a “cook shack” ready to provide burgers, nachos, and more for the hungry, or some drinks to cool you off in the summer evening. Don’t miss the Peach Days Rodeo. It is a guaranteed fun night for all who come!

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Pioneer Corner

The title of our celebration, “Peach Days; A celebration of our Heritage”, sets the stage for the popular “Pioneer Corner”. In Pioneer Corner, we enjoy demonstrations of many of the crafts and skills that our pioneer forefathers used as a part of their daily living. These talents have been passed down and are used today both as hobbies and in some cases as a basis for making a living. Pioneer Corner is patterned after the Southern Utah Folk Life Festival that used to be held in Zion every September. There you could see demonstrations of traditional pioneer crafts and lifestyles. We have included many of the same demonstrations in our own Pioneer Corner. Take some time to wander through the tables under the shade of the east side TOOLS

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of the Community Center lawn on Saturday. Stop and watch the demonstrations, ask questions, or even try your hand at many of the wonderful things available. Each demonstrator has generously donated his or her day to share with us the parts of the past that have been handed down to us today. Be sure to tell them thanks! Some booths will have samples of their items to taste such as the delicious Dutch oven potatoes, scones, or molasses candy. We are also able to enjoy favorite demonstrations such as the horseshoeing, quilting, weaving and spinning, or browse the many interesting parts of the blacksmith shop. You won’t want to miss this fun part of Peach Days. Take a stroll through the past and be sure to visit Pioneer Corner!

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Zion Piecemakers Quilt Guild Zion Piecemakers Quilt Guild will host their annual Peach Days Quilt Show, which is held in the Fine Arts building. The quilts on display are made by members of our guild. We meet monthly on the second Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the Craft Room at the Hurricane Community Center. New members are always welcome! Our special exhibits include our annual challenge quilts. Each participant is given a piece of the same fabric and the challenge is to make a small quilt using a good portion of this fabric. The fabric for this year features outhouses, so look for some humorous entries. You can vote for your favorite. Our opportunity quilt, pictured here, is called “America The Beautiful.” This stunning quilt showcases purple mountain majesty, a school, church, barn and houses set among many trees, fences and other quilt blocks. The quilt was pieced by Lynette Bingham of Hurricane and machine quilted by Judith Davis of Apple Valley. Our other special exhibit will feature additional “America The Beautiful” quilts made by members of our guild. Again, we ask you to vote for your

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favorite. As always, our show is not a judged show, instead, ribbons are awarded for the people’s choice, so be sure to take a minute and vote for your favorites. Don’t miss your opportunity to win our “America The Beautiful” quilt. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.

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Home Depot Kids Activity Center The Home Depot’s Kids Workshops offer useful projects including the creation of toolboxes, fire trucks and mail organizers, as well as more educational projects, such as a window birdhouse, bughouse or Declaration of Independence frame kit.

The workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills and tool safety, while at the same time helping to instill a sense of accomplishment in them. Additionally, this fun time allows for quality one-on-one time between adults and children.

In addition to the newly constructed project kit, each child receives a kid-sized orange apron, similar to The Home Depot associates’ aprons, and an achievement pin. Saturday, August 31 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. FREE, but first come first serve. South drive way by Fine Arts Auditorium.

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Grand Marshals:

The Scholzen Family

Henry Scholzen became a significant citizen of Hurricane, Utah. Among other things he served as the Peach Days manager and later the Washington County Fair Chairman. He was a Charter member of the Lions Club and the American Legion Post 100. In fact, he was instrumental in obtaining the American Legion Post’s #100. Each week while in Salt Lake City on business, he would check in with the American Legion’s headquarters to see when the #99 was taken. Late in the afternoon of December 24th, the office manager called Henry, letting him know that if Hurricane wanted the #100, he had better be first in line on the morning of the 26th. Henry made the 8-10 hour winter drive to Salt Lake City on Christmas day, and he was waiting first in line before 6 a.m. and got the much sought-after #100 shortly after 8 a.m.

Yellowstone National Park when meals were served from a railroad car. He was the U.P.’s manager over Bryce Canyon and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon operations. In 1923 he was the first Union Pacific manager at Zion National Park and was in charge of the mess hall during construction of the Zion Lodge. During this period he met and married Henry and Mary Sanders Scholzen started a Mary Sanders of Hurricane. Henry had talked Mary family and launched a business. Henry was born in and her sister Emma in to leaving their employment Wisconsin in 1894 of German immigrants. He was in Hurricane in order to work for him in Zion. After a veteran of WW I, but prior to serving his country properly launching the Zion operation, Union and while working for the Union Pacific Railroad Pacific assigned him to Los Angeles as a dining Company in Denver, he spent time in jail as a car and hotel inspector. It was here while living in suspected German spy. Judgments based on name, Hollywood in 1925 that their only child, Jack, was religion or ethnic group have a long history. born. Henry’s traits such as readiness to work hard, The Union Pacific offered a promising future, good judgment, managerial and organizational but Henry chose differently. He wanted to be his skills, and honesty were recognized by the U.P.R.R., own boss, and he wanted to live in Southern Utah, and he was sent west after the war. He worked at continued on page 24

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“God’s country”. They moved to Hurricane and started to raise chickens, with the objective of selling them to restaurants in the L.A. area. Union Pacific again sought him (1928), this time to return to the Grand Canyon’s north rim to run their operations. After negations Henry took his family and chickens to the North Rim for the summer. (Note: In those days prior to automobile dominance, the U.P. ran buses from the Cedar City railhead to Zion, Bryce and the North Rim. The South Rim had its own railhead.) After fulfilling his commitment at the North Rim, the family resumed raising chickens, turkeys and rabbits in hurricane. Highways, but in name only, had linked the parks since 1914. Henry foresaw the coming investment in improved highways and was ready to be the key supplier. His family as his workforce, they would leave Salt Lake at five in the afternoon, drive all night to one or more of the 22 work camps in Southern Utah. One of Mary’s jobs was to block the wheels on steep grades, and when little Jack was along, it was his task to watch his father’s cigar. A drooping cigar meant Henry was falling asleep

and Jack’s job was to jerk on an ear. In 1928 they established the Scholzen Produce Company to capitalize on construction of the Zion Tunnel and highway construction. After eight years, “Produce” was dropped from the company name in favor of “Products”; so now it was Scholzen Product Company. The effects of the Great Depression were mitigated for the company because the CCC projects in the area provided a market for company products. It remained a mostly one-family business and if you sought, say, dynamite to blow up a tree stump, Henry probably waited on you. A car accident in 1940 that left him in a coma for some time marked the beginning of the end for Henry. He struggled on but died in 1951 at age 57. Jack was just 15 when the accident occurred and tremendous responsibilities were now thrust upon him for which he appears to have been ready. He matured early and by age eleven he was driving and performing important warehouse functions. He began driving in earnest upon his father’s tragedy. Henry left a legacy of honesty, integrity, hard work, good business sense and civic mindedness, a legacy fully embraced by Jack.

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Jack spent many days at his grandparent’s home (John and Fannie Sanders) when small because his parents were driving and working 18-hour days. Jack soon joined in the work, traveling with his dad and helping in the Scholzen warehouses. He knew the price of each item even before he could read and was soon verifying the list of each new shipment as it was received. Due to his father Henry’s accident, Jack left school to work fulltime in the family business. A muscular well-coordinated youth, he excelled in sports. Permanent damage from a high school football injury received prior to leaving school after his sophomore year made him ineligible for serving in WW II. He had lots of friends, but Miss Thelma Olds, a classmate, was the really important one. They were married June 26,1943. Their children are Nick, Nancy, David, Keith, Linda and Mary Lu.

skills, he was County Fair chairman more than once. He was for years a member and sometimes chief of the Hurricane Volunteer Fire Department. A hand-drawn two-wheeled fire hose cart was the main equipment when he started. He supported the acquisition vehicles and equipment that enabled the crew to more effectively control fires and to save lives when called upon. One life saved through Jack’s operational knowledge of the newly purchased resuscitator was that of his eight day-old daughter, Nancy.

Scholzen Products has always been a vital community asset, supplying needed services, paying taxes and providing employment. Its growth reflects that of the region. Henry hired a few workers as needed. When Nick returned from college in 1969, he became the ninth full-time employee. Since then, the company has grown to meet the needs of a growing economy. There are currently dozens of Jack was fully active in community affairs. employees serving many customers between Las He was a member of the Lion’s Club, the Hurricane Vegas and Salt Lake City. To this day Hurricane Roping Club, the Jeep Posse search and rescue remains its headquarters. group and he sponsored Little League baseball teams. Utilizing his leadership and organizational

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Lynette, Wendy and Sariah invite you to visit the Quilt Cottage. 130 S Main Street Hurricane, Utah 84737 635-4748

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Main Street Quilt Cottage will be holding their 3rd annual Quilt Camp during Peach Days. Get out of the heat and join us inside the Community Center and take a fun quilting class. Registration is through the Quilt Cottage and you can contact them at 635-4748. See class requirements on their website: peachdaysquiltcamp.blogspot.com

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Hurricane Peach Days 12K Race

The race isn’t always to the swiftest‌ YOU can win just by predicting how long it will take you to run this fun 12K course! This fun and exciting race will be held on Saturday, August 31 at 6:15 a.m. Race will begin and end at Hurricane Community Center (63 South 100 West). Awards will be given 20 deep to those finishing closest to their projected finish time. Race must be completed in 1 hour 45 minutes or less to be eligible for awards. No watches or timepieces are allowed. Registration fee is $10.00 before August 19, 2013, and $15.00 after August 19, 2013. Day of race registration from 5:30 a.m. to 5:50 a.m. T-Shirts may not be available to those who register after August 19th. For more information, please contact: Darin and Shelly Thomas at 635-2692 or 313-2692).

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We would like to thank the following people and groups who have worked hard to make Peach Days an enjoyable event Hurricane Power and Water Departments • City of Hurricane Employees Mayor Tom Hirschi • Washington County Fair Rotary Club • Lins • Lisle Crowley • Clark Fawcett • Kathy Excell Ralph Staheli • Rodeo Contributors • Cindy Slater (for booklet ads) Cory Clyde (for booklet) • Home Depot • Hurricane City Royalty Chief Lynn Excell and the Hurricane City Police Department Hurricane High School FFA • Victor Hall • Advantage Utah Hurricane Pediatric Dentistry • Jeff Adams and Yucca Portapotties Continuous Entertainment Participants • Hurricane Valley Businesses Pioneer Corner Demonstrators • Security Volunteers • All of our Judges The Kitchen Corner • Southern Utah Home Care and Hospice Peach Days Board and their individual committees Citizens of Hurricane who participated in any way!

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2 cups water 1 cup sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 large package orange Jell-O 4 cups sliced peaches 2 packages graham crackers ¾ cube butter 2 tablespoons sugar 12 oz cool whip 8 oz cream cheese

Mix together water, sugar, cornstarch and boil. Add Jell-O, cool, then add peaches. While it is cooling, crush graham crackers and mix with butter and sugar. Put half in 9 x 13-inch pan. Mix cool whip and cream cheese and pour over graham crackers. Pour cooled Jell-O mixture over cool whip. Top with remaining graham cracker mixture and refrigerate.

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Continuous Entertainment Friday, August 30, 2013 Stage one (East Lawn) Band Stand (West Lawn)

2:00 pm TBA TBA 2:30 pm Dorothy Frazier Utah’s Old Time Fiddler’s 3:00 pm Dorothy Frazier Utah’s Old Time Fiddler’s 3:30 pm Dorothy Frazier Utah’s Old Time Fiddler’s 4:00 pm Desert Dance Theater Kailee Gooch 4:30 pm Hipnotics Eva Fry 5:00 pm All American Cloggers Jeri’s Paradies John Houston Gospel Singers in the Fine Arts Building 5:30 pm All American Cloggers Cody Latuda 6:00 pm Opening Program Cody Latuda 6:30 pm Hurricane Valley Community Choir Jupiter 7:00 pm Hurricane Valley Community Choir Jupiter 7:30 pm Lyndy Butler Jupiter 8:00 pm Lawn Darts Nick Chamberlain Saturday, August 31, 2013

Stage one (East Lawn) Band Stand (West Lawn)

10:30 am Casey Lofthouse Classic Country 11:00 am Hurricane City Royalty Classic Country 11:30 am Jarolyn Stout Family Classic Country 12:00 pm Jarolyn Stout Family Classic Country 12:30 pm Las Polomas LaVerkin Royalty 1:00 pm Las Polomas Paige DeMille 1:30 pm Dance Fusion Bonnie LeBaron Students 2:00 pm Sarah and Trista Hirschi Countrytime Show Choir 2:30 pm South of Town Country Fiddlers 3:00 pm Way Off Broads Caleb Furse 3:30 pm Fawcett Brothers Ashley Stackhouse 4:00 pm LeBaron Family Rob Goulding 4:30 pm Paige DeMille Kia Willard 5:00 pm Dirty Bubble Band Chris Steglich 5:30 pm Casey Lofthouse Carolyn Murset 6:00 pm Stirland Family Evening Sunrise 6:30 pm Stirland Family Johnson Creek Band 7:00 pm Peach Cook-Off Awards Johnson Creek Band 7:30 pm Drew Davis Rock N Horse 7:45 pm “Time Out” Band Stage three (Fine Arts Building) 2:00 pm

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15th Annual Peach Days The All American Cloggers were established 30 years ago in Hurricane, Utah. Since that time, they have performed in hundreds of places including Germany, Japan, Cancun, Disneyworld and Hawaii. They have won many grand champion trophies in national competitions. Come and see the cloggers Friday at 5:00 p.m. where they will perform dances from their recent trip to Disneyland.

Dallas Mangum and the singing group “Time Out” will be performing again this year on Saturday night on stage 1 at 7:45 pm. We look forward to seeing everyone there and having a fun evening under the stars.

Casey Lofthouse has been singing for many years, he just hasn’t been heard much past the bathroom window, until recently. Casey grew up in Northern Utah and the winter months were long and cold! He spent much of his time in the front room of the family home listening to the vinyl records. His love of Classic Country was instilled at an early age and he enjoys spending time sharing the so called “moldy oldies” every chance he gets. During middle and high school he learned alot about music and singing in the choir plus he played the cornet and tuba. His Band is in the little black box, and the excuse for that is he doesn’t have to bail the drummer out for a Friday night gig. If you love Classic Country don’t miss Casey performing again for 2013 Peach Days The Johnson Creek Band The Johnson Creek Band hails from the Salt Lake Valley, their home nestled at the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range. The husband-and-wife duo entertains with a variety of traditional western favorites, mixed with a smattering of folk and early American tunes.  Backed by Craig’s guitar and  Lenora’s fiddle, mando, harmonica and banjo, their tight vocal harmonies and easy-going manner will have you tapping your feet and singing along.

C l a s s i c Country has been together for a couple of years. They are the house band for the Saint George Elks Lodge and play there every Wednesday night. They play often around the Saint George area. Frank Melton, Garn Huntington, Jim Geranious, and Charlie Mikkelson play old country favorites made famous by Haggard, Waylon, Cash, and others. Available for parties, dances, weddings, etc, and can be reached at 435 632 1594.

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Brad Cahoon, Joe Furse, and Colton Winder have been performing together since 2003 and are excited to be performing again at Peach Days this year. They accompany themselves on several instruments including the fiddle, guitar, banjo, harmonica, mandolin, and concertina. As always, they will perform a variety of bluegrass and old-time music. The Stout Family performs in many community and church events throughout the year. Jarolyn Stout, married to Collin, has performed her entire life with her mother Carolyn Ballard Shelley. As Jarolyn’s eight children came along, they joined the act. Shantel, Trinity, Chelsea, Jacob, Summer, Lucas, and Heather will all join in the performance this year. The Stouts accompany themselves on guitars and banjo, and will sing a variety of country and easy listening numbers both as a group and solos. Carolyn will also join in on some of their numbers. They will perform on stage one at 11:30 on Saturday.

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Entertainment Bios. continued This newly formed Southern Utah Gospel Choir is formed by professional & Semi-Professional musicians. They’ve so far performed in places such as the St. George Tabernacle, Ancestor Square & Hurricane Fine Arts. Their performance schedule is quickly filling up as Southern Utah finds out about this amazing group. This is NOT a regular “stiff” kinda group of people. They believe that in order to spread the Gospel to all people, you’ll have to sing like you truly mean it….and that they do!!! Our local Country Celebrity, Eric Dodge has on several occasions invited John Houston & his Gospel Choir to sing with him, and they are scheduled to continue doing “gigs” with him this year. So come join “The Latest & Greatest”…John Houston & his Gospel Choir this Peach Days on August 30 @ 5 pm inside the Fine Arts Building. You really don’t wanna miss out on this one!!!

The Hip-notics is a local dance troupe that until recently has been dancing under the name of Revasundari. Using a variety of Belly Dance styes and adding Spanish focloric dance, Ballet and any thing else that catches our fancy we create an upbeat family friendly show that is just a little bit different. Way Off Broads is a group of local ladies who love to sing “for fun”. The group includes Marla Gledhill, Alicelyn Jaques, Tylia Jackman, Wanda Despain, June Jeffery, and Sheri Beatty. The name was to be the stage name for the group’s initial “Broadway Magic” performance in 2008, and is descriptive of the nature of their music and outlook on life. Though known for music that is lighthearted, focusing on fun, crazy songs, and good harmony, the ladies enjoy performing some serious music as well. There are always a few surprises when these ladies get together. The Hurricane Valley Choir was created in October of 2007 by the Hurricane Valley Arts Alliance to offer the opportunity for area singers, from high school to adult, to participate in a community choir. The choir was originally directed by Warren Larsen, but changed directors when Larsen moved out of the area. June Jeffery, a member of the choir, will conduct this concert. Camille McCausland is the choir director and accompanist. The choir will perform in conjunction with the opening ceremony at Peach Days. Selections will include a variety of American music, including “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel”, “Wade in the Water”, “Shenandoah”, “Hush, Somebody’s Callin’ My Name”, “Long Ago and Far Away”, “The Last Words of David”, “Tribute to the Armed Forces”, and “America” to name a few. Solos will be performed by members of the choir. Questions about joining the Hurricane Valley Choir may be directed to Camille McCausland at 435-635-4339 or musiccamille@hotmail.com

Jupiter, returning for their third appearance at Peach Days, began as a songwriting endeavor to blend melodic hooks, introspective lyrics and trance rhythms into songs that are both catchy and meaningful. Its five members (located in various towns across Utah) are drawn from diverse backgrounds, ranging from classic rock to opera; and from the selftaught to the collegiate. Each brings their own perspectives, talents, and experiences to the mix. They have been performing around the intermountain west for several years now, and are pleased to be returning to Peach Days.

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Vocal students of Bonnie LeBaron will be performing at 1:30 p.m. on stage 2 on Saturday. Be sure to stop by for a fun, entertaining time, come enjoy some talented young people in a half-hour show. The Hurricane Force is Hurricane’s original premier performing group. Formed in 2011, this by audition only group consists of 20 teenagers from throughout Hurricane. These talented teens participate in 4-6 hours of classes weekly in theater ,dance and vocal instruction. Many of the members also play instruments. They have literally performed in front of thousands . Performances include, Washington County fair, Peach days, International Indian pow wow, Adidas Tournament of Champions, the Dickens festival and the Bumbleberry Theater.

The Stirlands are thrilled to be a part of the Peach Days tradition. The versatile Stirlands will harmonize to some of their favorite songs of the past and present. The show will also feature clogging, tap dancing, fiddling and some new surprises. Don’t miss this fun-filled show Saturday at 6:00 p.m.

Evening Sunrise  plays  a  mix  of  Country,  Blue  Grass,  Rock  ‘n  Roll  and  Original  Music.    

Wayne Metzler  of  Washington,  Utah  is  a  Rochester,  New  York  native.  His  hobby  and  self-­‐taught   playing  of  the  guitar  has  brought  him  together  with  fellow  band  members    

The Lawn Darts is Southern Utah’s premier party band. This is not a typical bar band. This is not a bar band at all, but a high octane classic rock and original band who has opened for Styx, Kansas, The Beach Boys and has headlined at the OC Tanner Amphitheater, Washington County Fair and St. George First Night. Driving the band at the front is the powerful voice of Travis Brown. Supplying the back bone of the band is the super tight rhythm section with Jeff Tuscano on Bass and Steve Gustaveson on Drums. The wing men are Lisle Crowley on guitar and Don Shelline on keyboard, flute, various percussion paraphernalia and vocals. The band has an extremely high level of musicianship, but remember, their goal is a good time for everyone involved. To book The Lawn Darts call 435-619-5193 or e mail lcrowley@infowest.com.

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Singer/songwriter Carolyn  Murset  has  lived  in  southern  Utah  with  her  husband  and  five   children  since  1983.  Carolyn  has  performed  at  the  St.  George  Tabernacle,  St.  George  Arts   Festival,  George’s  Corner  Café  and  the  Town  and  Country  Bank  noon  concerts,  as  well  as   Hurricane  City  Peach  Days.  She  is  also  a  member  of  John  Houston’s  Gospel  Choir   She  also  plays  her  own  finger  style  arrangement  in  alternate  guitar  tunings.    

Pat Swansborough,  singer/songwriter,  has  been  playing  guitar  in  bands  since  he  taught  himself   at  the  age  of  fourteen.  Pat  grew  up  in  northern  California  and  has  played  in  several  bands  and   locations  throughout  that  area.     Singer/songwriter  Lauretta  Swansborough  moved  to  Washington  in  1994  from  Delta,  Utah.   Lauretta  is  the  mother  of  nine  and  Grandmother  of  fifteen.  You  might  have  seen  Lauretta  two   years  ago  in  Dixie’s  Got  Talent  as  one  of  the  final  two  in  her  age  category.  She  also  enjoys   performing  with  John  Houston’s  Gospel  Choir  and  Lieto  Voices!        

Evening Sunrise plays a mix of Country, Blue Grass, Rock ‘n Roll and Original Music. Wayne Metzler of Washington, Utah is a Rochester, New York native. His hobby and self-taught playing of the guitar has brought him together with fellow band members Singer/songwriter Carolyn Murset has lived in southern Utah with her husband and five children since 1983. Carolyn has performed at the St. George Tabernacle, St. George Arts Festival, George’s Corner Café and the Town and Country Bank noon concerts, as well as Hurricane City Peach Days. She is also a member of John Houston’s Gospel Choir. She also plays her own finger style arrangement in alternate guitar tunings. Pat Swansborough, singer/songwriter, has been playing guitar in bands since he taught himself at the age of fourteen. Pat grew up in northern California and has played in several bands and locations throughout that area. Singer/songwriter Lauretta Swansborough moved to Washington in 1994 from Delta, Utah. Lauretta is the mother of nine and Grandmother of fifteen. You might have seen Lauretta two years ago in Dixie’s Got Talent as one of the final two in her age category. She also enjoys performing with John Houston’s Gospel Choir and Lieto Voices!

August 30 & 31, 2013


15th Annual Peach Days Thirteen-year-old Caleb Furse has performed at many venues in St. George and Hurricane. He sings a variety of genres and currently studies voice with Brodie Perry. For two consecutive years, Caleb was selected as a finalist in Dixie’s Got Talent; he has also played the title role in Oliver at the St. George Dickens Festival. Most recently, Caleb was a soloist with the Lieto Voices Choir. Caleb also studies piano with Lori Arnold and enjoys many hobbies besides music. He is active in scouting and spends a lot of time writing and creating. For relaxation, he loves to laugh at retro T.V. comedy shows.

After a chance meeting at a superhero convention, Chauncey and the Chamberlains discovered that their voices were a great match. Their repertoire focuses on crowd pleasers ranging from Peter, Paul, and Mary, and Eric Clapton, to KT Tunstall. Their common interests are fighting crime, and happy music.

Jeri Churchill, and I do "Jeri's Parodies" Comedy songs for all occasions. I write and sing parodies that poke fun at the things that life throws at us women who are of a "certain age". Such as memory loss, weight gain, housework, husbands, etc...Because life is a lot easier when you can laugh at it!

Paige DeMille began singing when she was just a little girl at her mother’s knee. She remembers being about six years old, riding in the family car. She would stand on the back seat while leaning against the front seat, learning to harmonize with her mom. Eventually, mom would sing melody, dad would sing tenor, and Paige would sing alto. Paige doesn’t have a particular genre of music that she prefers performing better than another. In fact, her criteria for choosing a new song to learn is simple — is it fun, is it beautiful, and/or is it challenging? In fact, the more challenging the better. She has found over the years that learning difficult songs is one of the best ways to keep her voice flexible and her range exciting. (If only exercise was as exciting!) She also asks family and friends to tell her about songs they think she would sound good performing, and most of the time, she finds the song and learns it. Her programs usually include anything from country to rock to pop to opera to Broadway to patriotic to religious, depending on the venue. The only thing she hasn’t tackled yet is rap — but that doesn’t mean she never will!

Rob Goulding has been performing in Peach Days for many years and at the Washington County Fair. I've sung at lots of funerals and weddings and other impromptu settings. I enjoy singing and accompanying myself with guitar. Rob and Sally have served a couple of missions and I was able to use my talents there.

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15th Annual Peach Days

Peach Day’s Rodeo August 31, 2013 – 7:00 p.m. Arena PEACHHurricane DAYS RODEO (by swimming pool)

August 31, 2013 7:00 p.m. Hurricane Arena (by swimming pool) Contestant Entry Form *Photocopy both sides for additional contestants Contestant Name: __________________________ Phone #: __________________ Home Town: ________________________ Events:

Age Group: (circle) Entry Fee:

Amount paid:

Steer Riding

8-11 12-16

$15

$__________

Hide Race All ages Partner Name ______________________

$7/person

$__________

Team Roping All ages Partner Name ______________________

$15/person

$__________

Barrel Racing

$15

$__________

10 & under 11-17 18 & over

Total Amount Paid: $__________ *MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO “HURRICANE CITY.” Mutton Bustin:

7 & under

Please read below

$__FREE___

***We will hold a draw for the Mutton Bustin this year. In order to sign up, this entry form and waiver must be completed, signed and to Kathie Iverson no later than Monday, August 26, 2013. The night of the rodeo we will draw ONLY 20 names. If the participant is not at the designated place on time another name will be read in his/her place….NO EXCEPTIONS!! (We will be giving out information the night of the Rodeo---Listen to the Announcer) *Entries must be received by Monday, August 26, 2013. *After Monday August 26th a late fee of $5/event will be included in entry fee. *Late entries will be accepted IF event is not full. Mutton Bustin will NOT be accepted after August 26th. * Limited entries, but if event is not full you can sign up at Rodeo between 5 and 6 p.m. *No sign-up needed for Chicken & Pig chases. Just come and run, but must pay admission into rodeo and have hand stamped. *Contestants riding horses must ride in Grand Entry to qualify for events.

>>> Turn over for liability form and address >>> August 30 & 31, 2013

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Hurricane Peach Days Rodeo Waiver & Release from Liability

I, _______________________________ do hereby assume full responsibility for any risk of bodily injury, death or property damage due to the negligence or otherwise while in or upon the grounds, arena, or while competing, officiating, observing, working, or for any purpose participating in the area of the Hurricane City Arena at any time. Each of the undersigned expressly acknowledges and agrees that the activities at this event and in the areas are dangerous and involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or property damage. Each of the undersigned further expressly agrees that the foregoing releases, waiver, and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by law of the State of Utah and that if any portion thereof is held valid, it is agreed that the balance shall notwithstanding, continue in full force and effect. The undersigned has read and voluntarily signs the release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement, and further agrees that no oral representations, statements of inducement apart from the foregoing written agreements have been made. The undersigned agrees to save and hold harmless the City of Hurricane, Kelby and Kathie Iverson, Peach Days Rodeo Committee, and all of the parties herein involved, referred to above, as release from all liability, loss, cost, claim or damage whatsoever may be imposed upon said releases because of any defect in or lack of such capacity to so act agrees releases on behalf of all of the undersigned. •If applicant is 18 years or older: Signed ___________________________

Date _________________

Witness ______________________

•If applicant is under 18 years of age the parent(s) or guardian(s) must execute in addition to the above, this following waiver. The undersigned _______________________________ referred to as the parent(s) and natural guardian(s) of _ ________________________________ does hereby represent that he/she (they) is (are) in fact acting in such capacity and agrees with the above waiver and release from liability. Name: _______________________________________ Relationship to Minor _______________________________________ Name: _______________________________________ Relationship to Minor _______________________________________

Mail or hand deliver entry to: Kathie Iverson 1502 South 325 West Hurricane, Utah 8477

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Questions? Call: 435-669-4189 August 30 & 31, 2013


15th Annual Peach Days

2013 Peach Days Committee Members

Bryce King (Community Center), Emo Emerson (Pioneer Games/Candy Canon), Casey Lofthouse (Parking), David Stirland (Chairman), Jarolyn Stout (Vice-Chair), Elliot Jocelyn (Sound), Cory Clyde (Booklet) Back row:

Bea Stirland (Entertainment), Shawna Slater (Ribbons), Peggy Clyde (Cook-off), Lynette Bingham (Quilt Show), Cindy Slater (Kiddie Carnival/Booklet Ads), Paula Arriola (Homemade Sales), Vera Hirschi (Vice-Chair) Third row:

Polly Stirland (Entertainment), Kimberly Nielson (Pioneer Corner), Jola Holler (Security), Susan Johnson (Garden/Baking/Canning/Floral), Kelly Kleinman (Food Vendors), Dawn Humphries (Shuttles), John Johnson (Commercial Vendors)

Seated:

Angie Erickson (Parade), Traci Christiansen (Information Booth), Kelsey Ruesch (Eating contests), Mark & Rebecca Phillips (Hurricane’s Got Talent) Front row:

Not Pictured: Julie Iverson (Home Arts), Patty Hughes (Fine Arts), Laura Thomas (Canal Hike),

Darin & Shelley Thomas (Fun Run), Cheryl & Charles Reeve (Reunion Rooms), Kelby & Kathie Iverson (Rodeo), Collin Stout (Setup/take down), Gregg Gibson (T-Shirts), Kathy Excell (City Representative), Clark Fawcett (Finances), Tom Hirschi (Mayor) August 30 & 31, 2013

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2013 Peach  Days  Parade  Entry  Form  

PARADE TIME:  SATURDAY,  August  31st  ~  9:00  AM   LINE  UP  FOR  PARADE  IS  8:00  AM  STARTING  AT  400  South  and  Main  Street.  

You can  pick  up  your  number  and  packet  the  day  before  by  calling  and  arranging  it  or  parade  morning  at  4th  S  &  Main  

Email entry  to:  peachdaysparade@gmail.com                Mail  to:  Angie  Erickson,  615  S  400  West,  Hurricane,  Ut    84737   Drop  off  at  Tom's  Clip  Joint    or  Hurricane  Community  Center          Contact  #s:  Angie  (435)680-­‐1973  or  Cheryl  (435)229-­‐0911    

Title of  Entry:                 Parade  Announcer  Script.  Keep  it  SHORT.  If  you  do  not  include  a  script,  nothing  will  be  said  about  your  entry.    

             

Entry Submi^ed  by: Address:   Phone:

             

             

             

             

             

 

 

 

 

 

      Please  throw  goodies  away    from  the  road  to  protect  the  children!  

                                   

For protecaon  &  liability,  ONLY  ADULTS  are  allowed  to  throw  goodies.    You  may  throw  goodies  TO  spectators,  NOT  AT  them.    

IF YOU  ARE  RIDING  A  HORSE  OR  LOUD  VEHICLE,  SHOOTING  GUNS...ANYTHING  NOISY  or  IF  YOU  MAY  BE  AFFECTED   BY  LOUD  NOISE,  LET  US  KNOW  FOR  SAFETY  REASONS,  FOR  YOU  AND  OTHER  PARADE  ENTRIES  IT  MAY  EFFECT.  

*Any persons  operaang  amotorized  vehicle  MUST  have  a  valid  Driver's  License...per  Hurricane  City  Police  Dept.     *Helmets  must  be  worn  by  paracipants  riding  ATV's,  motorcycles,  and  any  other  required  by  law.   *Every  parade  paracipant  is  required  to  fill  out  and  sign  a  2013  entry  form.      

In consideraaon  of  the  acceptance  of  the  forgoing  entry,  I  hereby  release  the  Hurricane  Peach  Days  and  Hurricane  City  and  the  officers,  members,  and   commi^ee  thereof,  and  each  of  them  of  and  from  all  and  every  claim  for  damages  which  may  occur  to  me  at  anyame  hereaier  in  favor  of  myself,  my  heirs,   my  representaaves  or  depentants  against  the  Hurricane  Peach  Days  and  Hurricane  City  and  it's  officers  ,  members  ,  commi^ee,  or  any  of  them.  By  reason  of   injury  ,  loss,  or  damage  which  may  be  suffered  by  me  or  them  or  because  of  any  ma^er,  thing  or  condiaons,  negligence  of  default  of  any  persons   whatsoever  in  exhibiaons,  sports,  and  contest,  or  the  first  aid  staaon,  or  any  of  them  held  or  given  by  or  under  the  direcaon  of  Hurricane  Peach  Days  or   Hurricane  City  in  August  2013.    

Signature:

Date:

 

This form  must  be  received  by  Saturday  August  24th    

Thank you  for  your  entry.    

The parade  route  begins  at  400  South  and  Main  Street  and  then  procedes  on  Main  Street  traveling  North  to  100  South,  then   on  100  South  traveling  West  to  300  West,  then  on  300  West  to  traveling  South  to  300  South,  then  on  300  South  to  200  West   where  you  may  turn  right  on  200  West  or  go  straight  to  the  church  another  block  to  disembark  at  the  Red  Brick  Chapel.     *Subject  to  change.    To  maintain  the  parade  flow,  do  not  disembark  unal  you  are  out  of  the  way  of  any  other  entrants.   Remember  to  be  courteous.    Do  NOT  block  intersecaons.  *Line  up  will  be  by  number  which  you  will  need  to  pick  up  when   you  check  in  at  8:00  AM.  

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