The Historic Preservation Commission, in conjunction with the Arts Council and the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, have completed raising funds for a bronze statue of Edward Robinson that has been placed on top of the Fort Wall Memorial in Robinson Park. A bronze plaque telling about Edward Robinson and the History the Lake City Fort has also been cast and installed on the Memorial. The last thing remaining is the casting of a second bronze plaque listing the names of all family head, fathers and mothers, who lived in and around the Lake City Fort between 1853-1858. This plaque will cost $2500. We need just $600 more to finish paying for this bronze plaque and having it installed. We invite you to help make this possible through a tax deductible donation.
All contributions will be received in the American Fork City Office at 51 East Main Street, American Fork, UT 84003. Makes checks payble to American Fork - Fort Wall Memorial. Thank you for your assistance.
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The Donation is for Fort Wall Memorial
A Log Cabin Grist Mill will be built during the months of May through August 2014. This historic grist mill is a facsimile of the first flour mill built in American Fork in 1851. Pioneer Miller, Arza Adams built three grist mills in American Fork during his lifetime. This Mill will cost $6000 to build. All donations will be tax deductible. Any questions about this project, please contact Dan Adams 801-756-3724, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send contributions by check to American Fork City Office, 51 East Main Street, American Fork, UT 84003. (Make checks payable to American Fork City – Log Cabin Grist Mill)
Credit Card contributions may be done by phone. Call the Am Fork City Office (801-763-3000). Let the secretary know that you want to contribute to the Log Cabin Grist Mill and they will take your Credit Card information. Your credit card records will be your tax deductible document.