Judge David Campbell DAR Presents Washington Portrait To Jasper Elementary

Saturday, December 9, 2017
Principal Kimberly Shurett and  Judge David Campbell Chapter, TSDAR Member Nancy Larson with students:  Daniel Amason,  Kirk and Jordan Bailey, Katee Dalton, Abby Dodson, Heidi Freeman, Presley Guess, Rhiannon Hampton, Evie Jo Jones, Easton Mosley, Cori Mull, Brooklyn Nunley, Addy Quarles, Mark Rogers, and Chase Wilson
Principal Kimberly Shurett and Judge David Campbell Chapter, TSDAR Member Nancy Larson with students: Daniel Amason, Kirk and Jordan Bailey, Katee Dalton, Abby Dodson, Heidi Freeman, Presley Guess, Rhiannon Hampton, Evie Jo Jones, Easton Mosley, Cori Mull, Brooklyn Nunley, Addy Quarles, Mark Rogers, and Chase Wilson

Judge David Campbell Chapter, TSDAR of Chattanooga, has donated a framed print of George Washington to Jasper Elementary School. 

Member Nancy Larson, who serves on the Community Classroom Committee, presented Jasper students the founding father’s portrait. 

Principal Kimberly Shurett stood with her students under Jasper’s decorated Christmas tree on Friday to receive the gift. 

"Our young Americans were truly grateful for the newest addition to the halls of Jasper Elementary School and look forward to hanging it in a very special spot," said Stacy Kehoe, representative of the Judge David Campbell Chapter.

   




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