December 17, 2011

Preservation Rocks in Bismarck

Posted in Friends of Stone Bank tagged , , , , at 10:22 pm by stonebankblog

“I shall wear it.”

That’s what Clay S. Jenkinson said when your Stone Bank blogger offered him a “Stone Bank/Preservation Rocks” wristband.

Jenkinson was signing books at the Barnes & Noble in Bismarck, and your Stone Bank blogger dropped by to get a signed copy of his new book, “The Character of Meriwether Lewis: Explorer in the Wilderness.”

Those of you unfamiliar with Jenkinson’s work should check out Jenkinson is an expert on Thomas Jefferson and “channels” Jefferson in this wonderful, weekly public radio show.

And he said that he would love to come to Bottineau and see the Stone Bank for himself! We’ll keep you posted if that comes true.

Stone Bank, Bottineau, North Dakota, bracelets, Clay Jenkinson

No. This is NOT Clay Jenkinson's wrist. It's the wrist of a young Stone Bank volunteer. Jenkinson is sporting the chocolate brown bracelet. What color do you want?

If you want your own Stone Bank bracelet, click the “Stone Bank Stuff” button on and order one or several. They are $2/each or 3 for $5. Shipping is FREE, and all proceeds benefit the Stone Bank project.


1 Comment »

  1. MinnGal said,

    This is a real testimonial to the importance of your project – that a respected historian is supporting your effort. Well done, Bottineau! You’re a good example to the rest of the Midwest about how important it is to preserve the stories and history of your town.

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