With ‘Jockeys and Juleps’, Jax Junior League puts hats, bow ties in limelight

Shown here on this trading card is the 1887 winning jockey Isaac Lewis who was only 17 years old at the time. (Image: US Library of Congress)
Shown here on this trading card is the 1887 winning jockey Isaac Lewis who was only 17 years old at the time. (Image: US Library of Congress)

If you’re a Kentucky Derby fan, chances are you mark the yearly event with some sort of gathering. We usually do that in our family, although this year my husband and I can’t because we’ll attend a personal event not related to the Derby. Various organizations sponsor events, and this year, the Junior League of Jacksonville has put together an event guaranteed to spotlight the fun in the word fundraising. There’s an artistic aspect to the Derby, although you may not have thought of it. There’s a contest to see whose “art” is the best, as a matter of fact. Continue reading “With ‘Jockeys and Juleps’, Jax Junior League puts hats, bow ties in limelight”