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From left are Mary Patterson, Peggy Simpson, Don Simpson, Hattie Bryant and Cecelia Mayhew, assistant librarian of the Watertown Library; and Annette Stafford, president of the Wilson County Democratic Women.

Wilson County Democratic Women recently presented a book to the Watertown Library.

This is a community project of the organization that donates a book each year to each of the three Wilson County Libraries.

The book presented is entitled Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero by Chris Mathews. The book chronicles the life of President John F. Kennedy and how it shaped him as a President.

The book was presented to the Library in honor of Don and Peggy Simpson, lifelong residents of Wilson County.Don Simpson served Wilson County as County Court Clerk for nine years and as County Judge/Executive (now known as County Mayor) for 20 years.Peggy Simpson retired from American General Life and Accident Insurance Company.She serves as the Coordinator of Wilson Books from Birth, the Imagination Library.The Simpsons live on a farm outside Watertown.

The Democratic Women use this project to honor current and past Democrats and add to the Wilson County Libraries selection of books.

The Wilson County Democratic Women meet the second Tuesday of the month at Ponderosa Steak House in Lebanon. For more information, contact Annette Stafford at 593-4969 or find them on Facebook.

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