The January meeting of the Blue Springs Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution was held on Jan. 8 at Blue Springs School District’s “McGraw Country School,” a replica of a one-room school house, typically used in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The January meeting of the Blue Springs Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution was held on Jan. 8 at Blue Springs School District’s “McGraw Country School,” a replica of a one-room school house, typically used in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Surrounded by senior high school class photos, some dating back to the chapter’s “senior” members, and a pot-bellied stove in the corner, Blue Springs’ Daughters enjoyed sitting at antique school desks, as they shared their items and precious memories.

The school provides an excellent setting for the chapter’s annual “show and tell” program, where daughters bring a variety of old and new items to share and reminisce.