Frontier life portrayed
Tommy Barnett portrayed a Kentucky long hunter at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site's annual Frontier Day event Oct. 1 and 2. Rain  forced the event to be relocated to Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center. The event was attended by 317 fourth-graders from every public and private school in Woodford County, 25 student volunteers from Woodford County High School, 18 teachers, 25 parents and 16 adult volunteers. Other presentations included frontier toys and games (Kristi Heasley and Sarah Propes), traditional music (Jon Hagee and Bill Penn), the  Jouett family and their home (Maryann McCauley and Judy Tinsley), Native American life (Tressa Brown), and adventures in archaeology (Kim McBride). Donations from Woodford County businesses and individuals enabled each child to receive a copy of the book Jack Jouett-Portrait of an American Hero to take home.
Frontier life portrayed Tommy Barnett portrayed a Kentucky long hunter at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site's annual Frontier Day event Oct. 1 and 2. Rain forced the event to be relocated to Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center. The event was attended by 317 fourth-graders from every public and private school in Woodford County, 25 student volunteers from Woodford County High School, 18 teachers, 25 parents and 16 adult volunteers. Other presentations included frontier toys and games (Kristi Heasley and Sarah Propes), traditional music (Jon Hagee and Bill Penn), the Jouett family and their home (Maryann McCauley and Judy Tinsley), Native American life (Tressa Brown), and adventures in archaeology (Kim McBride). Donations from Woodford County businesses and individuals enabled each child to receive a copy of the book Jack Jouett-Portrait of an American Hero to take home.
Frontier life portrayed Tommy Barnett portrayed a Kentucky long hunter at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site's annual Frontier Day event Oct. 1 and 2. Rain forced the event to be relocated to Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center. The event was attended by 317 fourth-graders from every public and private school in Woodford County, 25 student volunteers from Woodford County High School, 18 teachers, 25 parents and 16 adult volunteers. Other presentations included frontier toys and games (Kristi Heasley and Sarah Propes), traditional music (Jon Hagee and Bill Penn), the Jouett family and their home (Maryann McCauley and Judy Tinsley), Native American life (Tressa Brown), and adventures in archaeology (Kim McBride). Donations from Woodford County businesses and individuals enabled each child to receive a copy of the book Jack Jouett-Portrait of an American Hero to take home.

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