Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century Celebrates New Members

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Prudhomme Chapter of the Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century met at the Tea Cottage on Friday, celebrating three new members:  Ruth Wagner; Ann Swafford and Faye D. Williams.

The Chapter Dame of the Year Award was presented to Pauline Moore by Joan H. Hanks (Chapter Awards chairman), for her work and chapter achievements during the past 2013 year.

Prudhomme Fort Chapter invites prospective members to be a part of a growing chapter involved in community projects: sponsoring scholarships for qualifying students; patriotic endeavors to honor veterans; enhancing library inventories; supporting museums; and preservation of historical sites.

For more information on membership, contact Pauline Moore at 842-7774.

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