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Idaho Days agenda set

June 7, 2014
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By JEAN CARTER 

Citizen staff writer

Franklin City is gearing up for what is hoped to be a fun and memorable celebration of the founding of Franklin, Idaho, as new events are added to scheduled activities.

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Idaho Days, a long tradition to honor the first settlement in Idaho, is held annually during the last week in June. This year, some activities planned for the week-long celebration include a June Bug camp kicking off for girls ages 4-12, June 23-24-25. The girls will be taught by last year’s Idaho Days Royalty queen Brianna Crosgrove, with attendants Melissa Shaffer and Jordyn Wilson. The girls will learn dance steps, and how to present themselves to the public for competitions.

Michael Olsen sits in his 1931 Ford Coupe during last year’s Idaho Days car show.

Michael Olsen sits in his 1931 Ford Coupe during last year’s Idaho Days car show.

The camp will run Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. and is open to girls not only from the city of Franklin, but the entire surrounding area.

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