Saturday, July 27, Sean “Bean” Heap and Joan Heap held their Third Annual Beanstock Benefit for the Tooele Food Bank. The event was held up Settlement Canyon. This has been a community event for the last three years with a great goal of friends and community members working and coordinating the event from the beginning of the year. The founding members include Sean and Joan Heap, Sherie and Rocky Jaramillo, Tito Cordova, Daniel Cordova and Kathy Pitt, Steven and Lisa Martinez, Jimmie Emerson, Frank Griffith, Heather and Kurt Peterson, along with many others. Members of the community provided a great potluck dinner along with a great pig roast. Entertainment for the evening was provided by three bands donating their talent for the community. All that was asked was a bag of food to be donated to the Tooele Food Bank. The Tooele Food Bank donated their truck and trailer that housed the food. That was a great help in keeping the food safe and dry. The event was a huge success. This year’s total donation was more than one ton of food, 2,126 pounds, and $156.00 of cash in donation for the Tooele Food Bank. This event has done a tremendous amount of good for those in need. The added revenue to the Tooele County coffers and local businesses was beneficial also. We do thank all who came and supported us and the community for such a great cause. This is a family-orientated event where participants ranged in ages from 3 months to 72 years. Great entertainment, food, dancing, visiting and all around fun was had by all. There is a Facebook page called “Beanstock” that is welcome for all to join and share pictures, community experiences and memories for all that have attended.