Posted: Dec 9, 2012 5:08 PM by Lacey Steele
It was the 60th year for the Yule Log Festival in Beulah, and the the snow created quite a challenge!
The lucky hunters who found the log under a lot of snow were three young boys.
Every year people go out hunting on the second Sunday of December to find the log and gain bragging rights.
Each time it's found, it's cut in half.
Half of it's burned this year, and the other half will be saved to go in the fire next year.
"I think it just brings the community together," said Cheri Gardiner, Beulah Valley Arts Council President. "This is our 60th year. We're the second oldest in the country, and it just brings the community together."
A member of the original family that started the yule log tradition in Beaulah was able to be present today for the 60th anniversary.