Last week, I realized it was better than "playing sports in school" because it's all coming together now that I get to guide groups like the Tucker River Fellows out to explore the world we call the Tennessee River and "Old" Harrison. Click here for A Mighty Girl's brief on Title IX.
"Because we live & work on the Tennessee River, it influences all that we do,” - teacher Katye Couch
Thanks to a grant from the Tucker (Family) Foundation, six GPS girls and two from CGLA will begin their two-year study of the Tennessee River.
Of course we set out on the first blistering hot summer day of the year.
We "tagged" the steps, saw some foundations and headed back as the storm front moved in.
Bare feet on steps of Old Harrison. This image especially touched my heart as I realize the future was touching a lingering piece of the past.
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