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r By Judy ElsnerrIlene Coffman of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Springville/Mapleton Company was recognized at the Sept. 1 Jubilee as having been a member of the organization for 50 years. She has received her 50-year pin and is associated with the Cottonwood Camp in that company. Betty Diamond, also from Camp Cottonwood, has been an active member for 43 years. They both have served faithfully in the company and their camp in numerous leadership positions.rCamp Cottonwood also has new officers for the coming 2016-2018 term. They are: Captain, Tona Dyer Cox; Vice Captains, Kathy Birch and Corey Howard; Secretary, Donna Robertson; Treasurer and Historian, Elma Evans; Registrar, Kathy Birch; Chaplain, Evalyn Fletcher; Parliamentarian, Dora Sorensen; Music, Bonnie Corry; and Public Relations, Judy Elsner.rThe camp meets at 55 N. Main, Springville, on the second Thursday of the month. This month’s lesson will be “Pioneer Museum School Room” and the “Deseret Alphabet” to be given by Dora Sorensen. The meeting starts at 1 p.m. All are invited to attend.rThe theme of DUP is “We are Daughters of the Future – Keepers of the Past” and “Our Heritage Binds Us Together.”rFor more information about the Springville Pioneer Museum sponsored by the DUP, call 801-491-2076.

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