Dover resident Amey Moot will speak on The History of the Norfolk Hunt Club on Wednesday, November 7th at 7 PM in the Dover Library. The program is sponsored by the Dover Historical Society.
Ms Moot’s family has a long history in Dover. She said, “In the teens, my great grandparents bought a gentleman’s farm in Dover and created a ‘rural garden’ of trails to provide walking and riding enjoyment and access to the Charles River. My grandmother, Jane Guild, left much of the original farm to The Trustees of Reservations (TTOR) as the Peters Reservation, honoring her parents. In the 1950s, my grandparents built the house I live in on the site of a favorite picnic viewpoint”.
Ms. Mootis a member of the Norfolk Hunt Club, the Dover Conservation Commission, the Open Space Committee and is active with the Trustees of Reservations. “I am passionate about conserving open space and a strong trail network to enjoy it”, she said.
A graduate of Harvard University and the MIT Sloan School of Management, Ms. Moot has worked at MAC Group/Gemini Consulting and the Fletcher Spaght consulting/venture capital group.