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Woodford County: Eagle Scout Thomas Adams receives donation

December 3, 2013 

Retiring committee officers honored

Retiring Woodford County Heritage Committee officers were honored at a meeting at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site on Nov. 19. Vice President Phyllis Mattingly, left, made presentations to Anthony Wilhoit, president; Judy Tinsley, recording secretary; and Joseph Graddy, treasurer.

Eagle Scout gets donation for project

Eagle Scout Thomas Adams, a senior at Woodford County High School, was presented with a check by the Woodford County Heritage Committee on Nov. 19 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. The donation helped defray the cost of materials for Thomas' Eagle Scout service project. Thomas and other members of Troop 1784 built poplar benches for the front porch and dogtrot of the Jack Jouett House. Pictured, from left: Thomas' parents Debbie and Larry Adams, Thomas Adams, and Woodford County Heritage Committee President Anthony Wilhoit.

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