Life in the White House — and tales of a mischievous Jackie Kennedy


SHARON — A group of fascinated children and adults got to hear first-hand stories of life in the nation’s capital from former White House Social Secretary Nancy Tuckerman.

Tuckerman’s talk on Sunday, Feb. 20, was part of the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon’s First Family Sunday. The celebration was held in honor of the library’s newly expanded schedule, which now includes Sunday hours.

For nearly an hour, Tuckerman answered questions and shared anecdotes about the Kennedy family, for whom she worked during her time in Washington, D.C.

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