Oct. 11 Proclaimed DAR Day

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Pictured are Carol Rogers, chairman of the regents council, Jan Perry, regent of the Judge David Campbell chapter, Natalie Blackwell, 1st vice-regent of the Nancy Ward chapter, Teresa Rimer, regent of the Chief John Ross chapter, and Lee Parham, regent of the Chickamauga chapter.
Pictured are Carol Rogers, chairman of the regents council, Jan Perry, regent of the Judge David Campbell chapter, Natalie Blackwell, 1st vice-regent of the Nancy Ward chapter, Teresa Rimer, regent of the Chief John Ross chapter, and Lee Parham, regent of the Chickamauga chapter.

The DAR Regents Council received proclamations from Hamilton County Mayor Bill Coppinger and City Mayor Andy Berke for DAR Day on Oct. 11, commemorating the founding of the DAR in 1890. 

The second proclamation was to commemorate National American Indian Heritage Month. 



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