Study club hears about Little Jerusalem progress

The High Plains Study Club met Nov. 1 at the home of Marvel Keyse. Dorothy Spitzer was cohostess.

Roll call of, “What is your favorite activity at Scott State Lake?” was answered by 26 members.

Before the meeting began, Shirley Griffith welcomed Greg Mills, superintendent of Lake Scott State Park, who presented the program about the new Little Jerusalem State Park and Lake Scott.

 

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