Austin Founder Lions Club

Kentuckyana Jones - Extreme Treasure Hunting

  • 26 Feb 2015
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • 700 Dawson Rd, Austin TX, 78704


Extreme Treasure Hunting
February 26, 2015
Speaker: Kentuckyana Jones
Introduced by Lion Carl Mehlman

Kentuckyana Jones, usually nicknamed "Tuck" for short, is the "go to guy" when seeking out unusual artifacts of historical significance and original items of interest. Tuck brings together like minded people from all across America who desire to exchange, barter, or sell their unique artifacts, original artwork, antique cars and just about any item of value on national television or privately behind closed doors.

Tuck is a passionate supporter of those dedicated people who have valiantly served in the United State Armed Forces. He honors America's bravest by generously donating all his acquired treasures to "Veteran's Soil Project" - a project honoring America's fallen heroes by planting and growing hundreds of Living Memorial Trees spawned from collected soil where our veteran's heroes now rest. The gathering of sacred soil will be directed to Tucks' museum, to be maintained, at a dignified, and specific honorable place on the grounds. Once completing soil gathering from all 50 states the project will culminate with the veterans soil living memorial trees being planted on Americas governors' locations grounds, and ultimately on the White House lawn.

Featured Lunch Menu:
Spaghetti with meat sauce,
Salad, Garlic Bread,
Homemade Sandwich Cookies
 Iced tea & Coffee 

Please register by 5 p.m. on Tuesday   

We order meals based on your reservations and must pay for them even if you do not show up. Please keep this in mind if your plans shift and cancel your reservation so we can adjust the headcount.

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