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They deserve the com- munity's praise for their sacrifice and efforts. Many decisions to be made, friendly arguments and disagreements, deadlines to meet, assignments to complete.
As Chair- man my main job was to schedule the meetings, stay out of the way, and let the staff continue their efforts. It would have to be a pay as you go process, which had a big blank in the middle until the finished product could be received; ready to be sold. Eight people served: Karen Whitworth, the Pahsimeroi Connection; Bob Loucks, Lemhi County Agent; our Vice Chairman and Computer Coordinator, Marilyn Alford; our Family History Chairperson, Shirley Parmenter; Lemhi County native, teacher, and ranch wife, Janice Neal; Lemhi County native and former English teacher, Phyllis Ca- ples; Salmon City Librarian, Ramona Combs- Stauffer; longtime resident, Doris Brown; and Chairman, Mag- istrate Judge Fred Snook. Two main decisions: Should we have a Pioneer sec- tion for those people born before 1890 or a straight alphabetical arrangement?
Financial support is needed to keep the transportation options available to people in the community who need it. “The test of our progress is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.” – Franklin D.
If you wish to make a charitable contribution to help fund your local transportation options, Lemhi Ride is a 501 (c) (3) non profit corporation and accepts direct donations.
Interested persons were contacted and the unofficial committee decided to "go for it".
Our goal was to collect five hundred family histories, which would mean enough interest to finance the publication of the book.
Whether you are commuting to work, shopping downtown, just visiting Salmon, going to a medical appointment, or you need to get your kids to swimming lessons, Lemhi Ride is for you!
Please mail your check or money order to: Lemhi Ride 803 Monroe St. You will receive a receipt that is tax deductible for your records.
;; Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from Brigham Young University-Idaho OOIennh CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF LEMHI COUNTY, IDAHO % Volume I r: :d^M- ^/^ i& t^ 4j Compiled by Lemhi County History Committee Hon. Fred Snook, Chairman To order copies of this publication contact; Judge Fred Snook 206 Courthouse Drive Salmon, Idaho 83467 LEMHI COUNTY HISTORY BOOK COMMITTEE Editorial Board Fred Snook, Chairman Marilyn Alford, Vice Chairman Doris Brown Phyllis Caples Ramona Combs-Stauffer Bob Loucks Janice Neal Shirley Parmenter Karen Whitworth Staff Marilyn Alford, coordinator Candace Burns, publicity Ramona Combs-Stauffer, proof editor Harold Heidemann, co-treasurer Sharon Hoffman, correspondence Sharon Infanger, co-treasurer Ann Loucks, publicity and sales Laura Morton, book orders Mar Rue Simmons, sales Jo Whitcomb, indexing Family Histories Shirley Parmenter, chairman Marilyn Alford Phoebe Bird Doris Brown Kay Guth Jean Marchand Doris Morton Julia Randolph Karen Whitworth Typists Marilyn Alford Denise Bender Phoebe Bird Ramona Combs-Stauffer Kathleen Cramer Martha Edgar Laura Gough Chrie Gould Kay Guth Laura Hendricks Ann Loucks Betty Morton Martha Nyborg Dorothy Olson Shirley Parmenter Karen Whitworth Clair Wiley Jackie Winterowd Our sincere gratitued is extended to the many others who helped either directly or indirectly in completing this publication. A DREAM COMES TRUE by Fred Snook Chairman, History Book Committee This Centennial History of Lemhii County was the idea of an inspirational, dedicated, community minded per- son; the late Barbara Young.
Several instructional sessions were conducted by Jean Marchand to assist the public in preparing their indi- vidual histories.
Meanwhile, our main stumbling block was the lack of a computer coordinator.
We rely on a number of partners to help us provide public transportation services in Salmon.