r By Judy ElsnerrThe Springville/Mapleton Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers has elected new leadership for the 2017-2019 years.
Patricia Maxey is the new president. She succeeds Joy Pinckney who has served faithfully for the last two years. Serving on the board with the new president is 1st Vice President Cindy Christensen, 2nd Vice President Laurie Whiting; Secretary Carol Curtis; Treasurer Sue Wiscombe; Registrar Susan Bartholomew; Historian and Markers Heather Hill; Chaplain Trinka Evjen; Parliamentarian Elma Evans; Chorister Maureen Clark; Accompanist Marilyn Christensen; Outreach Director Amy Eastmond; Public Relations/Legacy Kathy Birch; and Scrapbook/Photos Judy Elsner.
On June 10, the company leaders will be attending the International DUP Annual Seminar at the Davis Conference Center in Layton.
The Springville Pioneer Museum sponsored by the DUP will be open during Art City Days. It is located at 175 S. Main. The museum is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m. School, Scout, church, community and family groups and researchers are always welcome. Family reunion attendees are also encouraged to make the museum a part of their celebration.
Call the museum at 801-491-2076 to make an appointment to visit at times other than scheduled hours. The public is invited to stop by to view the recent short Film Festival winners relating to the history of the area. There is never any charge for admission.rMore information about joining the DUP organization can be found at the museum.