The Juab County Centennial Committee has discussed plans for the celebration with Linda Sappington, southern Utah coordinator for the state centennial.

Besides the sales of centennial license plates, another fund-raising campaign involves selling caps with a logo, said Winagene Eyre, president of the county committee."We do have a cap factory," said Eyre. "We have already asked the art classes at the high school to participate by designing a logo to be used on the caps."

Keith Rawlinson is in charge of forming a community band and chorus, and Clark Newell had been asked to work with already established local celebrations to give them a centennial bent.

The county committee gets $5 for the county fund from every $25 centennial license plate sold in the county.

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Grants are also available, but applications have to be approved by the state committee.

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