Idaho’s First Lady Teresa Little, of Emmett, was the guest speaker at the Gem County Chamber of Commerce Mid-Day Mingle last week. She talked to the group about new events she has experienced as First Lady including cannons and the fly over at the Governor’s inauguration, her dress at the Idaho Historical Museum and what it was like having dinner at the White House.
Little also mentioned her newsletter and involvement with the Idaho Women 100 project, a joint effort of the Idaho State Historical Society and Idaho Women in Leadership to mark the national centennial anniversary of the women’s right to vote. Idaho women earned the right to vote on November 3, 1896.
You can sign up for Little’s newsletter and get involved at IdahoWomen100.com.