DAR chapter meets at Jack Jouett site
The Marquis Calmes chapter (Versailles) of the Daughters of the American Revolution held a luncheon meeting Sept. 6 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Following a program by site director Janice Clark about Sally Robards Jouett and frontier kitchen gardens, members toured the site's colonial herb garden. Shown here, from left: Anessa Davis, Missie Wood, Nancy June Engle, Marti Martin, Sally Graul, Sallie Gibson, Dottie Jeffers, Margaret Shropshire and Dona Wilson. Not pictured is Woodford County Heritage Committee volunteer, Toni Curtis, who helped host the event.
DAR chapter meets at Jack Jouett site The Marquis Calmes chapter (Versailles) of the Daughters of the American Revolution held a luncheon meeting Sept. 6 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Following a program by site director Janice Clark about Sally Robards Jouett and frontier kitchen gardens, members toured the site's colonial herb garden. Shown here, from left: Anessa Davis, Missie Wood, Nancy June Engle, Marti Martin, Sally Graul, Sallie Gibson, Dottie Jeffers, Margaret Shropshire and Dona Wilson. Not pictured is Woodford County Heritage Committee volunteer, Toni Curtis, who helped host the event.
DAR chapter meets at Jack Jouett site The Marquis Calmes chapter (Versailles) of the Daughters of the American Revolution held a luncheon meeting Sept. 6 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. Following a program by site director Janice Clark about Sally Robards Jouett and frontier kitchen gardens, members toured the site's colonial herb garden. Shown here, from left: Anessa Davis, Missie Wood, Nancy June Engle, Marti Martin, Sally Graul, Sallie Gibson, Dottie Jeffers, Margaret Shropshire and Dona Wilson. Not pictured is Woodford County Heritage Committee volunteer, Toni Curtis, who helped host the event.

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