Guests register for the picnic.
Our sponsors make the picnic possible!
Ken and Jackie work the registration table while Bruce checks in.
Picnic guests enjoy the guest house rocking chairs.
Guests enter the Eisenhower Home for a tour.
Guests practice on the putting green prior to the putting contest.
Ranger Dennis talks with picnic attendees prior to their house tour.
The friendly Ragged Edge catering staff served our meals. New this year, Jake made chicken in Ike’s barbecue sauce.
Dave serves Mike a glass of wine while Heather and David look on.
Betty, Dale and Sally smile for the camera.
The view to the West was a little overcast, but it cleared up nicely after dinner.
A nice crowd joined Dennis for the talk: “The 70th Anniversary of Ike’s Secret Trip to Korea.”
As tours end, tables begin to fill.
Annette and Jackie, two of the three interns supported by the Eisenhower Society.
Site Manager Jana points out a barn feature to Shane, Steve, Jill, Lisa and John.
Guests enjoy conversation.
Vice Chair Walt Jones welcomes guests.
Carol explains the Trivia game and calls tables to the catering tent.
Mamie’s Deep Dish Apple Pie is dessert.
The Buzz Jones Quartet provided 1950s music from the Bossa Nova Revolution to early Rock and Roll to Cool Jazz.
President John Burt thanks our sponsors.
Executive Director Carol Hegeman gives the Trivia answers.
Drew, Priscilla, General Lessey, and Craig enjoy the Trivia contest.
John presents Ethan with the putting contest award.
John and Carol call door prize numbers.
As the skies cleared, we were treated to a lovely sunset at the farm.
Our guests in 1950s attire posed for photos.