Gotcha Covered featured in The Apron Museum
Jan. 16, 2010
Who knew that there is an apron museum and that it had its beginnings just a month or so before Gotcha Covered: A Legacy of Service and Proection also came into being? Carolyn Terry has founded The Apron Museum, the only museum in the world dedicated to locating, preserving, and sharing all things about aprons and about the women and men who wore them. In addition she collects and preserves other old-time household items like ironing boards, starching tables, potholders, and quilts, along with photos and art about aprons, including the works of the great masters.
The Apron Museum is a non-profit organization run completely by Carolyn and her husband, with the help of one volunteer, who is an RN. Carolyn’s daughter is also an RN and is the Director of Infection Control in a hospital in Starkville, MS. The museum is located in Iuka, MS, and is about 10 miles from two different exits on the Natchez Trace Parkway, making it a fun diversion from a trip south from Nashille or north from Natchez.
Carolyn found out about Gotcha Covered from a friend, Jane, who lives in Florence, AL, and who received the book as a Christmas gift. She has now ordered copies of the book to be sold in The Apron Museum. We are thrilled to welcome The Apron Museum as one of the select locations for customers to purchase Gotcha Covered.