Live History Days Continues On Despite Leaders' Passing
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Despite losing four of its leaders...Live History Days continues on in Jerome.
Four of the organizers passed away since the last Live History Days.
And with the loss, the remaining volunteers came together to fill the void...by showcasing the largest collection of machinery used in the Northwest back in the 1900's..from 1920 to 1945.
Some of the machines are still in working order.
"People can see what the poor house looked like, a shack, the barracks from the Hunt building, the Hunt Internment Camps, those are open to the public. The National Park Service is here, the Civil War Reenactment people are here and President Lincoln is here," adds Linda Helms, an organizer of the event.
Live history days continues Sunday with a church service at nine a.m.
You are also invited to bring your own picnic lunch.
The events are taking place at the intersection of I–84 and US 93 in Jerome near the Flying J.