Twenty-four Grand Prairie Society, Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.), members, guests, and Susanna Randolph Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) senior leaders recently enjoyed a tour of Warm Springs Ranch at Boonville, Mo.
The ranch is the headquarters of the Budweiser Clydesdales’ Breeding Operation in a 25,000 square foot facility on 300 plus acres. The group especially enjoyed seeing two new foals and their mothers in the barn. The foals were just a few months old. Photo ops with the Clydesdale “Stan the Man,” were fun, too.
After the tour, the group enjoyed a picnic lunch in the back yard of Roslyn Heights on Main Street in Boonville. Roslyn Heights is the state headquarters of the Missouri Daughters of the American Revolution.
The Grand Prairie Society members attending were Alec Adam, Taryn Adam, Kylie Dameron, Trevor Miller, Trent Maiden, Rebecca Motley, and Grace Nation. Susanna Randolph Chapter and other senior leaders attending were Joy Davis, Ruth Miller, Kimber Nation, Shera Dameron, Teresa Wenzel, Jen Adam, and Beth Motley. Guests attending were Andy Adam, Wes Nation, Kevin Wenzel, Deana Maiden, Carly Hunn, Jan Albright, J.C. Davis, Jentry Davis, and Blake and Holly Rhode, of Prairie Home, Mo.