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Promontory Pointers

Sunday, September 8, 2013
By theleader

Winnie Richman
Leader Correspondent

Laura Wheatley and daughters, Everly and Georgia, made play dough at home during the week. Georgia made yellow and Laura and Everly made purple, green and blue. Both girls have played with it every day.
Zane and Laura took their girls to the Box Elder County Fair, with Grandma Wheatley. While there Zane and Laura, who hadn’t been on the rides for years, decided to ride the Orbitor. “That was enough for us,” Laura says emphatically.
Boyd Udy acknowledges, “both Randy and Howie are great ATK equipment operators.” Boyd also says, “The fair was great.”
Kris Udy and Jessica and Kynzee drove up to Montana to visit with Tyrell and Aron Udy. During the trip, 3-year-old Kynzee got to see her first real bear.
Cleo Petit says the Petit garden is done now. “It’s been one of those years when gardens just don’t do well,” she says.
Gary and Cleo Petit joined friends for breakfast last Friday in Brigham City.
Clynn and Winnie Richman stayed home Monday and Tuesday and watched many of the Little League World Series ball games on TV Monday evening.
Wednesday after art, Winnie picked up her granddaughter Marriah to come help with chores and go to the Broncs, Barrels and Bulls performance of the Box Elder County Fair.
Also Wednesday evening grandson Brantzen’s goat won a blue ribbon.
One of Utah’s largest county fair livestock 4-H and FFA sales occurred Saturday in Tremonton. Reagen Richman and her two older sisters, Kateland and Taylor Lamborn, sold their sheep.
Sunday was a day of rest. Church, no library, a short choir practice and home to watch Japan win the Little League World Series Championship game.

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