Mary Ann Arnold, left, and Janet Worthington, two local history fans, decided the Foote family homesite near Lucky Peak Reservoir wasn’t getting its due. The two are leading the effort to rehab the old homesite and have already produced, with the Army Corps of Engineers, an interpretive sign in Discovery Park looking across the Boise River to the hillside where the Foote house was located.
Mary Ann Arnold, left, and Janet Worthington, two local history fans, decided the Foote family homesite near Lucky Peak Reservoir wasn’t getting its due. The two are leading the effort to rehab the old homesite and have already produced, with the Army Corps of Engineers, an interpretive sign in Discovery Park looking across the Boise River to the hillside where the Foote house was located. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Mary Ann Arnold, left, and Janet Worthington, two local history fans, decided the Foote family homesite near Lucky Peak Reservoir wasn’t getting its due. The two are leading the effort to rehab the old homesite and have already produced, with the Army Corps of Engineers, an interpretive sign in Discovery Park looking across the Boise River to the hillside where the Foote house was located. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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