The Grayson County Historical Society Installs New Officers, Elects New Board Members
Scotty Gore Reporting
The Grayson County Historical Society had a full agenda at the October 8th general meeting at the Jack Thomas House. The Society chose new officers at the meeting and welcomed several new members to the board of directors. Scott Carter was chosen as President, Scotty Gore as Vice-President, Rose Booth as Secretary, and Jan Kessinger as Treasurer. Other existing board members are Mike Fleener and Joyce Thomas York.
In addition, the Society also added several new faces to the board, including Rick Alvey, Greg Bernard, Denise Embry, Allison Helm, Eddie Lampton, Jeremy Logsdon, Kelly Stevenson, and Robert Wright.
The guest speaker for the evening was Judge Kenneth H. Goff, who spoke of his childhood memories of Spring Lick. The board also recognized Ken Robinson, who served as president of the Historical Society for the past 14 years, and his wife Nancy, who was a long-time board member and founding member of the Historical Society back in 1976. The Robinsons retired from the board on October 1st, but have agreed to remain active general members.
The Society looks forward to an exciting and busy year ahead!