Park Day draws volunteers to Glenmore Mansion

A large group of volunteers showed up for Park Day on Saturday, April 3, for cleaning and story telling at Glenmore Mansion in Jefferson City. Park Day was created in 1996 by the American Battlefield Trust to help preserve battlefields and historical sites around the country. Susie Jarnagin helped organize the event, to beautify gardens and grounds at Glenmore.  Before starting, the group gathered for a photo. In front, from left, are Meici Payne, Ellie Betts, and Kaylee Foust. In the second row, from left, are Caitlin Hill, Jane Busdeker, Janet Guyett, Elizabeth Finchum, and Karrie Foust. In the third row, from left, are Connie Harlan, Carolyn Mitchell and Gaye Noe. In back, from left, are Richard Harlan, Bob Jarnagin, Chuck Guyett, Phil Kindred, Ginger Burchett, Susie Jarnagin, and Benjamin Stanton.  – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

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