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2014
White Pine High School All Class Reunion
Celebrates the "Kennecott Years".
Lewis Black
Bellamy Brothers
Travis Tritt
Josh Turner
Terry Fator
Marshall Tucker Band
Lewis Black
ELY NEVADA On November 15th the scouts will start the day collecting food in the community.  The scouts
will be collecting food in the community and at the Depot. This train rewards the Scouts and Community for
food donated to stock our local food banks. One non-perishable, food item = one free excursion ride subject to
availability. Bring donations to the East Ely Depot to get your free train ticket. Thank you for your support!
Grand Opening  Held at Garnet
Mercantile
Rick Spillsbury with Native American products
Delaine Spillsbury at Ms. Squaw Native American Jewelry
located inside the Garnet Mercantile.
This map is a copy of the original linen map drawn by
General William Stark Rosecrans in 1876, and
subsequently donated to the White Pine Public Museum
by Mark A. Smith.

The map was scanned by the Nevada State Library in
2010 and recently photo edited by Graphics &
Technology Center and framed by “Creations”, both of
Ely.  Prints are available for sale through the Museum.

Financial assistance was generously provided by the
Great Basin Heritage Area Partnership who steadfastly
supports the gift of history for the enjoyment of the
public.  

Egan Canyon was the established route of the Pony
Express and Overland Stage when gold was discovered
in about 1861 along the north side of the Canyon, less
than a mile from Egan Station.  Early travelers discovered
and staked the first mining claims in the first mining
district with the first stamp mill in Eastern Nevada.

General W. S. Rosecrans, a Civil War commander and
battlefield cartographer, organized the San Jose Mining
Company here in 1882, after the original discoveries had
played out.  His map shows not only the gold mines,
geology, mills and claims, but also the only known
configuration and location of Egan Station.  

Incidentally, north, as depicted by the Magnetic Meridian
at the top of the map, is to the right.   The view is
looking west, towards Reno.
“Topographical Plan of the Central Portion of the San Jose Mg Co’s
Mines, at Egan Cañon.  Nev.”Surveyed and Drawn by Gen W. S.
Rosecrans. In Charge   April 3, 1876
from the White Pine County Museum...
A Look at Egan Canyon
The California Trail
Interpretive Center
will
celebrate traditional Native
American history and culture
with the Great Basin Native
Market on Oct. 31 through
Nov. 2, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. This family friendly event
is free and open to everyone.
The POLAR EXPRESS.

WHEN: Weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  See schedule below.

WHERE: Ely, NV: 245 miles North of Las Vegas, 245 Miles West / Southwest of Salt Lake City, 300 miles East of Reno.

ON-BOARD:   Cookies and hot chocolate will be served.  Meet Santa himself.  Join in singing Christmas carols.

The Garnet Mercantile located at 363 Aultman Street,  just
hosted the grand opening of the Ms. Squaw Indian Jewelry
department.

This new department, owned and operated by Delaine
Spillsbury, features a large selection of Native American  
jewelry, gemstone necklaces,  Shoshone beadwork, purses
and bags, and leather goods. Delaine has been in business
over 40 years and has a vast knowledge of Native
American jewelry. She operates the store with her son
Rick. They also offer a wide selection of Native American
teas, Anasazi beans, spices, and other authentic food
choices.

Recently the Garnet Mercantile has added new departments
offering  items from several entrepreneurs who lease retail
space in which to sell their products. These include goat
soap and lotions, party supplies, children’s costumes, hand
crafted items, Nevada jams and honey, and handmade
furniture.

If you haven’t stopped in to the Garnet Mercantile lately,
you need to come in to see the variety of items and
products the Mercantile has to offer.
The weekend of July 2 through July 4th, 2015 promises to be the most fun-
filled Reunion of all time. White Pine is hosting “The Kennecott Years
Reunion.” This is for all WPHS Alumni and families that lived in the area
during the years Kennecott was in operation.

The events start on the evening of Thursday, July 2nd with a big name band
concert in Broadbent Park.Events are planned for all three days. Hotel
rooms are being booked now. We are asking everyone with friends or family
here to see if space is available to stay with them. Hotel rooms will be in
short supply and will fill up quickly.

This event has been a long time coming. Anyone who remembers the
Reunion in 2000 or the Celebrate the 60’s in 2010, knows how much fun
you can have spending your July 4th holiday in White Pine.Information is
available on Facebook at WPHS All Class Reunion 2015. Please reply on
Facebook if you plan to attend by December 1. Registration of $60.00 per
person (includes t-shirt, concert ticket, wrist band and schedule) can be sent
to the Kennecott Reunion, PO Box 150855, Ely, NV 89315. Registration
due by April 1, 2015. Include t-shirt size.        Come join us for the big
event!
5   Wendover in Lights, westwendovercity.com, 866-299-2489
5  FALLON CITY HALL & THE DOUGLASS OPEN HOUSE, City Hall & The
Douglass,  City Hall, 775-423-3040,  www.cityoffallon.com
The City of Fallon ushers in the holiday season with an open house that
features all of the yuletide good tidings.
5   CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING , Maine Street, Fallon, City Hall, 775-423-
5105 cityoffallon.com, This Christmas tradition is a joyous event in Fallon when
the community  turns out for carolers, cookies and hot chocolate, the first
glimpse of Santa and to watch the Christmas Tree light up downtown Maine
Street.
5 – 6   SAGEBRUSH SISTERS ARTISTS HOLIDAY ART SHOW & SALE,  Old
Post Office,   90 N. Maine Street, Fallon,  775-423-0579, Local artist’s co-op hosts
this Holiday Art Show and sale of local hand-made items.
8 – 10 West Wendover RD Christmas Festival, westwendovercity.com, 866-299-
2489
Harvest Festival
Eureka Town Park
October 18, 2014

Holiday Bazaar
Eureka Opera House
November 14-15, 2014
Vendor Reservation Info

Christmas Tree Lighting
December 6, 2014

Dinner Theatre
December 12, 2014