Fountain Green couple will lead Lamb Day parade

John and Camille Field from Fountain Green have been chosen as grand marshals to lead the Lamb’s Day Mammoth Parade.

FOUNTAIN GREEN—A Fountain Green couple who has served in the Manti Temple for 12 years has been chosen as grand marshals to lead the Lamb Day’s Mammoth Parade this year.

John and Camille Field are the honorees who are being recognized for a lifetime of service within the community of Fountain Green.

The Fields be riding front and center at the parade, which will start Saturday, July 17 at 10 a.m. on State Street.

John was born on June 4, 1937 and he came to Fountain Green from Pennsylvania when he was nine years old. They came to visit his grandma, and decided to stay.

Camille was born on July 25 of the same year. Camille has lived in Fountain Green all of her life, except for six months in Salt Lake City. She said was glad to come home again.

They have four children, 14 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and one on the way. They also have one great-great grandchild and another on the way.

The highlight of their lives has been working in the Manti Temple, where they served for 12 years. They love being together with their family and having social gatherings. They have been married for 65 years. They have always loved Fountain Green and the people there, said parade spokesperson Holly Oldroyd.

For more information on Lambs Day and to register for the parade, visit lambday.org.