Nancy Ward Chapter Of DAR Donates To Northside Neighborhood House

Thursday, November 7, 2013
Rachel Gammon, director of Northside Neighborhood House receives a check from Nancy Henderson, literacy chairman of the Nancy Ward chapter of the DAR.
Rachel Gammon, director of Northside Neighborhood House receives a check from Nancy Henderson, literacy chairman of the Nancy Ward chapter of the DAR.

The Daughters of the American Revolution Nancy Ward Chapter has had an ongoing book drive for the last three years.  

This year they presented a check to Northside Neighborhood House for help with the GED program or to help purchase more books. At the same time, they received three boxes of books for the clients to enjoy.

 



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