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Cabins open, people come in to see what's going on

Daughters of Utah Pioneers held an open house for the three log cabins in the Wellington and Price area. People who are members of Daughters of Pioneers, are ancestors of people who came west to settle the area starting in 1847, regardless of religion or ethnicity. Some members that belong to this group that do not have ancestors with this history, may belong and are called associate members. Penny Boyack and Wilma Atwood, members of DUP, showcase the two cabins in Pioneer Park in Price, tell history and serve homemade cookies to Catrina Basso, Mckenzie Pagano, and Bryson Bruno, as they tour the cabins.

Daughters of Utah Pioneers held an open house for the three log cabins in the Wellington and Price area. People who are members of Daughters of Pioneers, are ancestors of people who came west to settle the area starting in 1847, regardless of religion or ethnicity. Some members that belong to this group that do not have ancestors with this history, may belong and are called associate members. Penny Boyack and Wilma Atwood, members of DUP, showcase the two cabins in Pioneer Park in Price, tell history and serve homemade cookies to Catrina Basso, Mckenzie Pagano, and Bryson Bruno, as they tour the cabins.




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