Description: Only a few women have had the position of FLOTUS, First Lady of the United States, as the modern Secret Service calls her. Some, like Nellie Taft, pushed their husbands to become president because they wanted the position. Others, like Jackie Kennedy, thought the name was suitable for a race horse and passed her duties off to Lady Bird Johnson whenever she could. Still others, like Julia Grant, were furious when their husbands would not run for a third term and threw a hissy fit when forced to leave!
|Afternoon Sessions||Evening Sessions|
|Dates: Sept. 12, 19, and 26||Oct. 10, 24, and Nov. 7|
|Time: 2:00 to 3:00||Time: 6:00 to 7:00|
Place: Bremen Public Library Meeting Room
Presenter: Anna Kearney, Ph.D., University of Notre Dame in American history. Anna has been a respected professor and author for over three decades.
Registration Required: Interested participants must register with the Marshall County Council on Aging. You may pick up a registration form at our circulation desk and return it to the address at the bottom of the form, or you can call the Marshall County Council on Aging at 574-936-9904 to register.