Kelly and Sandy showing some of our souvenirs
SOUVENIRS AT THE GENERAL STORE
The James Valley Show Souvenir Shop
|The General Store, also known as the Souvenir
Store, is the place to buy our souvenir mugs,
show buttons, Frisbees, t-shirts and sweatshirts,
blankets and other souvenirs during the Show.
The building was built in 2001 with money donated by
the Gordon Bergh family and Dick and Marvel
Washnok. In 2011 it was spruced up with new
white walls inside, installed and painted
by Gary Clynick and Donna Anderson.
Artist Terry Redlin was inspired
to our Show to paint "Harvest
and "Building a Commnity".
a framed print of each of them
them to our organization, and
they hang in
the General Store during the
Show for visitors
to enjoy. The "Building
picture graces the cover of our
book, which is also available
in the General Store.
The General Store is also where our 10-20
year olds may sign up once every day of the
Show for the Carl Johnson Memorial Free Tractor
Giveaway. Under the age of 18 must be accompanied
by an adult. The winner's name is drawn Sunday
The Shop is open for business at the Show
Some of our souvenirs:
|The Spark Show photo is printed on black
t-shirts and black sweat shirts as souvenirs
of our Show. .
The front porch of the Souvenir Store is
a popular place to watch the parade
Continue to our Stories, beginning with Kevin Anderson's 1910 Stanley Steam Car
See you at the Show!