Quilt donated to Casey House
Members of the Mountain Home (Arkansas) Hill ‘n Hollow Quilters Guild show the Arkansas sesquicentennial quilt they recently donated to Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society at the Casey House in Mountain Home. From left: guild president Constance Randall, secretary Donna Bohaty, treasurer Diana Arikan and BCHGS president David W. Benedict. The dog-trot style Casey House, located at the Baxter County Fairgrounds, was built in the 1850s by Col. Randolph D. Casey and is the oldest existing home in Mountain Home. The historic home, which is maintained by the BCJGS, will be open for tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19-21 during the guild’s Autumn in the Ozarks quilt show at the fairgrounds. For more information, visit hillnhollowquilters.com.