The time-honored tradition honors the birthday celebration of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, a Civil War general who lived and grew up at the Mill before leaving for West Point in 1842.
Menu items include a roast beef entrée, traditional sides, garden salad, homemade rolls and more.
Proudfoot uses his knowledge of the state’s people and programs to improve the lives of West Virginians through his support of education, public service initiatives and preservation of the state’s rich historical past.
From a young age, Proudfoot has had a passion for history, public service and education.
Through Extension, he serves as the Cultural Resource Specialist for the 4-H Youth-Development program. The position supports and implements educational curriculum and state programs at WVU Jackson’s Mill, where Proudfoot also serves as the Historic Preservation Officer.