Colonial Dames XVII Century Hosts The Sojourners

Monday, February 18, 2013
Sojourners Ron Green(left) and Bert Piatt (right) are seated in center of front row with members and prospectives of  Prudhomme Fort Chapter.
Sojourners Ron Green(left) and Bert Piatt (right) are seated in center of front row with members and prospectives of Prudhomme Fort Chapter.

Prudhomme Fort Chapter, CDXVII Century hosted members of ‘The Sojourners’ at their meeting at the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel.    

A power point presentation was done on colonial history and the American flag.  Bert Piatt and Ron Green in Colonial uniform, are members of The National Sojourners, Inc., Chattanooga Chapter #540.

Prudhomme Fort Chapter sponsors scholarship winners for college and is active in supporting veterans, as well as being involved in community projects.   Prospective members are welcomed for membership - acquired through proof of lineage to a Colonial ancestor.   

For more information, call Chapter President, Pauline Moore at 842-7774.

Sojourner Bert Piatt; Pauline Moore, President, Prudhomme Fort Chapter; Sojourner Ron Green.
Sojourner Bert Piatt; Pauline Moore, President, Prudhomme Fort Chapter; Sojourner Ron Green.

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