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TABLE OF CONTENTS Mayor & Council Message.......................6 Grand Marshal..........................................6 Steel Days Committee and Message.......7 Schedule of Events..................................8 Junior Grand Marshal............................. 10 Steel Days Savings................................ 12 Steel Days Savings................................ 13 History of Steel Days.............................. 14 Car Show & Cruise................................. 15 American Fork Symphony concert......... 16 Soap Box Derby..................................... 18 Free Swim..............................................20 Youth Dance...........................................21 Band Showcase.....................................22 Doll Show ............................................. 23 Baby Contest..........................................24 Carnival..................................................25

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MAYOR & COUNCIL MESSAGE Welcome to American Fork! We’re excited to announce that Steel Days 2012 will take place July 14 to July 21. Steel Days is the time of year when the American Fork community shines. This year we have a full schedule of events that show off our local culture and heritage and offer you and your family high-quality, fun entertainment. We invite residents and visitors alike to experience and enjoy the many events offered during the Steel Days Celebration. While you’re enjoying the celebration’s jam-packed event lineup, be sure to shop at our fine retail establishments Left to right: Council Member Robert Shelton; Council Member Brad Frost; Mayor James H. Hadfield; Council Member Heidi Rodeback; Council Memand eat at our amazing restaurants. ber Clark Taylor; Council Member Dale Gunther. We’re sure that no matter how you choose to spend your time here, you will find out quickly why American Fork is the ultimate place to celebrate. We hope that you make memories that last a lifetime in our great city. Please come and enjoy our fantastic Steel Days events. We hope to see you there.

GRAND MARSHAL Lillian Parker was born in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where she lived until she married Lee Parker on April 24, 1951. They made their first home in American Fork where Lillian still resides. Lee was born and raised in American Fork and loved the community. Together Lee and Lillian supported many children and groups in sports, marching band, cheerleading, choir and many other activities. They started their own business, Parker’s Drive-In, in 1953 and continued to serve the community for 58 years. They loved the interaction with their many friends and customers over the years. Lee died in 2002 but Lillian kept the business going until closing on December 30, 2011. Lee and Lillian have three daughters; LeAnn Thomas (Kenneth) of Richfield, Cindy Blackham (Tim) of Moroni, and Tammy Pulley (Frank) of American Fork. They have 16 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren with four more on the way. Through the years all three daughters worked for them along with one son-inlaw, one grandson and eight granddaughters. 6

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JR. GRAND MARSHAL FINN PACK Finn was born a very positive person. As a baby he would awaken each day with a look on his face that said, “Hello, world. It’s a new day”. He is kind and loving towards everyone he meets. He was the best older brother from the minute his (late) brother Colum was born. Colum looked up to Finn; he was his hero. Finn was very protective of his baby brother and the love they shared between them will last forever. He has handled a terrible tragedy with superhero strength and grace. He has helped save his Mom and Dad from being in a very dark place by setting an example with his sunny disposition. You will find him having frequent superhero adventures at home and everywhere he goes.

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HISTORY OF STEEL DAYS   The residents of American Fork have always enjoyed a vibrant city celebration. In the early days American Fork City celebrated Timber Day, an allday village picnic with music, entertainment, and games. It began about 1865 and continued until 1904. Next, came Liberty Days, truly patriotic July celebration, which was held on July 4 and July 24 on alternate years. Liberty Days were observed until 1926.   The City then transitioned to celebrate Poultry Days. A modest celebration was held in July 1927. Things really took off in 1928. Miss Mary Pulley was the first Poultry Day Queen. On

December 4, 1941, Pearl Harbor was attacked. Eliminating all celebrations for the duration of World War II. After World War II there would be no more Poultry Day Celebration. No community celebration of any kind was held in 1942 or 1943, but a small neighborhood party was held in 1944.   Steel Days in American Fork has been a tradition since 1945. It began when Mayor O. De Vere Wootton decided the Poultry Day Celebration no longer reflected the economy of the town. The WWII years brought much change, including the steel industry and declining poultry profits. In 1942 construc-

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tion began on the new steel plant. By 1945 steel making operations were in production. The construction and operation of Columbia Steel mill (later U.S. Steel) changed everything!   In 1945 Mayor Wootton asked civic clubs to suggest names for a new community celebration. Dr. James S. Chadwick and S. Dwight Packard, representing American Fork Lions and Rotary Club, nominated “Steel Days,” to be celebrated on Labor Day. It was accepted.   There was no celebration held during 1963, 1964, and 1965. Steel Days almost died of natural causes. Civic clubs were no longer willing to take over the management of the city celebration. Mayor Glen Anderson initiated a smaller “Community Day” in 1965. The American Fork Recreation Committee presented a bigger “Pet and Hobby Show” and a short evening program was held, followed by a meager fireworks display, but it didn’t replace the mammoth celebration to which the town had become accustomed.   A full-blown celebration was held again in 1966. Steel Days has grown and improved as the years have passed. There have been many changes-many changes, most for the better. American Fork City has been celebrating since 1865 and look forward to many more years of community celebrations. Source: American Fork City Growing Years by Betty G. Spencer


CAR SHOW & CRUISE SATURDAY, JULY 14

ROTARY PARK • MAIN STREET   Don’t miss the 2012 American Fork Steel Days Car Show and Cruise.   The car show will take place on Saturday, July 14, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Rotary Park, 400 S. 200 E., and is free to the public. Entrants will be competing for awards and prizes. There will also be food and music throughout the day. The cruise will take place immediately following the car show at 7 p.m. Entrants will take their cars and cruise Main Street from 7 to 9 p.m.   For those wanting to enter the car show and cruise registration is $20 for the first car and $10 for the second. The fee includes an event t-shirt and cruise sticker. For more information contact Scott Hampton at 801-592-3197.

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BAND SHOWCASE THURSDAY, JULY 19 • 7-10 p.m. AMPHITHEATER AT QUAIL COVE Please join us at the American Fork Amphitheater at Quail Cove, 851 East 700 North for a fun night as we listen to local bands perform. The public is invited free of charge. There will be food vendors in the north parking lot.

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SENIOR CENTER   Since 1990, the annual Steel Days Quilt Show has been conducted by members of New Friends Quilt Circle as a community service project. This will be the 22nd year the Quilt Show has been a part of Steel Days.   The show offers an opportunity to showcase the workmanship of local area artisans. The quilts are hung for public viewing after being judged for their quality of work. Ribbons are given out for a variety of categories. The Utah Quilt Guild donates $25.00 for the Best of TO ENTER YOUR QUILT Show award. Volunteers are available to Bring it to the Senior Center, 54 E. Main from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., answer questions and or 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. July 10, 2012. to safeguard the valuQuilts can be picked up at close of show, July 21, 2012 able quilts. If you have an antique quilt, there will only be a limited number accepted.

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PICNIC IN THE PARK JULY 20 • 6:00 p.m. AMERICAN FORK AMPHITHEATER   Picnic in the park has been a tradition for over five years and continues to grow bigger and better each year. There are lot of free games for children to participate in.   Following a night of games, a free movie is shown at dusk. The movie that will be shown this year is Megamind.   There are also lots of wonderful food vendors so you can grab dinner and watch the movie or bring your own picnic to enjoy.


AMERICAN FORK HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND BREAKFAST SATURDAY, JULY 21 • 6:30 - 9:30 a.m. FRESH MARKET PARKING LOT • 135 E. Main   The American Fork High School Marching Band, with our sponsor, Fresh Market, will be hosting the annual Steel Days Breakfast. Please join us for a fabulous breakfast and stay to watch the Parade!   Breakfast includes pancakes, hash browns, eggs, ham, and a drink. Band members will be

selling tickets in advance, with 100% profit going to support that student.   Tickets will also be available on the morning of the breakfast.   Thanks to our wonderful sponsor, Fresh Market, for making this possible! See you at the Breakfast!

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5K / KIDS RUN SATURDAY, JULY 21 • 7:00 a.m. 96 NORTH CENTER   The Bob Phelps 5k and kids half mile is a fun run for the whole family. The 5k also has a walkers division. Trophies are awarded three deep in the 5k and five deep in the kids run. The walkers division is divided into two age divisions under 40 and 40 and over. Finisher medals are also awarded to the first five hundred entries. The adult 5K begins at 7 a.m. and the kids run starts at 8:30 a.m.   Registration forms are available at the City Administrative Offices, 51 East Main. 5k Run/Walk: Preregistration-$15.00 with T-Shirt, $10.00 without T-Shirt , Day of race $20.00 without T-Shirt, and $30.00 with T-Shirt. Kids Run: Preregistration - $10.00 with T-Shirt and Day of Race - $15.00

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GRAND PARADE SATURDAY, JULY 21 MAIN STREET

The Amercan Fork Steel Days grand parade is always a highlight of the celebration.   Come and enjoy the fun and festivities with your family and friends and others all over the valley! See you at the Parade!   The parade will take place all the way down Main Street and will end on 400 North.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9TH ANNUAL STEAK FRY SATURDAY, JULY 21 • 5:00 p.m. EVERGREEN PARK   The American Fork Area Chamber of Commerce will host their 9th annual Steak Fry in conjunction with Steel Days. The title sponsor this year is Ence and Gray Accounting, a local full-service accounting firm. The chamber board will dawn their aprons with barbecue gadgets and fire up the grill. The New York/Ribeye Steaks will be seasoned and cooked to perfection. This event is Saturday, July 21st from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Evergreen Park located at 700 E 150 N American Fork. You can participate in this event before the Big Show featuring SHeDAISY.   The Intermountain American Fork Hospital will provide baked potatoes. Rounding out the meal, Costco will provide roll and butter, dessert, and

drink. A delicious green salad will also accompany the meal. The cost is $12 per person. Chamber members are entitled to a $2 discount.   For kids, the chamber is also offering a $2.50 hot dog kid’s meal. This includes hot dog, chips, cookie, and drink.   To purchase tickets, you can visit the city administration building at 51 E Main or online at afchamber.org. For more information, call Debby Lauret 801-319-8655.

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THE BIG SHOW   SHeDAISY will headline the 2012 Steel Days Big Show/Fireworks Display on Saturday, July 21, 2012 at the American Fork High School, 510 North 600 East. Flashback Brothers will be the opener. Gates open at 6:00 p.m. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m.   SHeDAISY is an award winning, contemporary country music group who burst onto the scene back in the days when big hats and “achy breaky” music ruled the country roost. The band is made up of sisters, Kristyn, Kassidy, and Kelsi Osborn.   Those who are familiar with SHeDAISY are well aware of the music they have created. Their songs have run the gamut from a rare sort of musical beauty to snarky tracks where it is clear that their collective tongue was firmly planted in the cheek during the writing process.   SHeDAISY’s debut album was “The Whole SheBang,” which included songs such as “Little GoodByes” and “I Will.” Another favorite album released in 2006 by SHeDAISY was “Fortuneteller’s Melody,” which included the songs “Whatever It Takes” and “God Bless the American Housewife.” The Flashback Brothers will open the concert with classic rock hits from the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.

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TICKETS Adults: $15.00 Kids: (9-16): $10.00 8 & Under: FREE Pre-purchased at the AF City Offices 51 East Main or online at Smith’s Tix www.smithstix.com Online service fees may apply

Tickets $20.00 at the gate day of show Gates open at 6:00 p.m. American Fork High School 510 N. 600 E.


FIREWORKS DISPLAY SATURDAY, JULY 21 AMERICAN FORK HIGH SCHOOL   This year’s annual fireworks display will be one of the best show’s ever. The display will immediately follow the SHeDAISY concert to be held that same evening.

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