Poverty Point

The Ferriday Garden Club visited Poverty Point, a World Heritage Historical site in West Carroll Parish recently. The impressive state historical site is a National Monument which has uncovered the facts of every day living for early native Americans. Excavation has unearthed valuable artifacts about the earliest inhabitants of Louisiana. After the tour the members enjoyed a fine meal at Champion's Bistro on the Black Bear Golf Course in Delhi. Members attending are from left, Peggy June, Anne Dyer, Sherrill Sasser, Patsy Eames, Susanne Routon, Jeanine Reeves, Mary Beth Whitehead and Ann Swilley.

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