KAYSVILLE — Davis County is seeking help locating information and photographs of past Davis County elected officials. The county is also hoping to get old photographs of Davis County buildings and historical events.
Weber State University student-interns Rick Kelson and Devon Tarantino are helping Davis County produce a history of former elected officials from 1852 until now. They are asking for the public's help getting biographical information and a photograph for past county elected officials.
The county is also interested in collecting quality old photographs of the county buildings, events, the fair, parades, etc. These (or copies of these) will then become part of the Davis County history and can be displayed in the new county building as well as in future publications documenting the people, places and events that have helped shape Davis County over the past 160 years.
Anyone with information or photos for this history project can contact by June 1: Rick Kelson, 801-391-7739, email@example.com; Devon Tarantino, 801-928-8230, firstname.lastname@example.org; Linda May, 801-451-3200, email@example.com; or Janet Hanson, 801-451-3200 firstname.lastname@example.org
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