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The City of Pocatello Historic Preservation Commission will be celebrating Idaho Day by asking the community to join them in showing appreciation for several of our local heroes.
Friday, March 4 at noon in the Pocatello City Council Chambers, the group will be hosting a short program in conjunction with the statewide theme of “Idaho Heroes: Past or Present.” Among those honored will be Medal of Honor recipient James Johnson, Cooperative Wilderness Handicapped Outdoor Group (C.W. HOG) founder Tom Whittaker, educator Rulon Ellis, and author Idaho Purce.
Also included on the agenda is a presentation on Bannock County’s place in Idaho history by Lynn Murdock and an Idaho Day proclamation reading by Pocatello City Council President Steve Brown. A light lunch will be served.
Idaho Day was established by the State Legislature in 2014. This special day is held every March 4 in recognition of Idaho’s creation as a territory March 4, 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln.
For more information on the Pocatello Historic Preservation Commission, visit pocatello.us/255/Historic-Preservation-Commission.
City Hall and the Council Chambers are accessible to persons with disabilities. Interpreters for persons with hearing impairments and/or taped information for persons with visual impairments can be provided upon three (3) days’ notice. For accessibility arrangements, please contact ADA Coordinator Dave Hunt at voice phone 208-234-6248; fax 208-233-5149; e-mail email@example.com; mailing address P. O. Box 4169, Pocatello, ID 83205-4169; or physical address 5815 South 5th Avenue, Pocatello, ID.