Suanne Milligan is a familiar name in Crawfordsville, since she is an attorney here in town. She served on the board several years ago and is a past board president. She has been a member of the Holiday High Tea Committee and the Collections and Executive Committees.
How long have you been on the LWSPS board?
Tell us something funny or interesting (or embarrassing, if you’re brave!) about yourself.
I live in the neighborhood and saw the “Study hawk” attacking a crow in my driveway–very bloody! The hawk flew off with the crow in its talons.
How did your involvement with the Lew Wallace Study begin?
My Girl Scout troop had an overnight at the Carriage House–then called the Girl Scout Little House.
Why do you think the preservation of the Lew Wallace Study is important?
It is completely unique and Ben-Hur was (and still is) an amazing accomplishment.
What is your favorite thing about Lew Wallace?
The broad scope of his interests.
What is one thing you would like our blog readers and Facebook friends to know?
The Study stimulates the imagination and the grounds are lovely and serene.
Our many thanks to Suanne for her dedication and involvement with the LWSPS board!