Thursday’s Culture Connection was sponsored by Price Mine Service while food was available for purchase from Big Moe’s Eatery and Bakery. Adel Justice from the Ferron City Council came to talk about the foreign exchange student program.
The evening’s music was provided by three local members of the community. Mary Lou Steele performed first. She delighted the audience with a collection of old classics. Ben Jones then followed with, as he called it, his “potpourri radio.” Neldon Huff was the final singer of the evening, performing a collection of country songs before concluding with a patriotic song.
The next Culture Connection will be a kickoff to Price City’s 36th annual International Days. The event will feature the band Fire At Will. It will take place Thursday, August 30 at 7 p.m. at the Price Peace Gardens.