Chickamauga Chapter Of DAR Has Brunch With New Members

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Front row, from left, Gordon Scales, Betsy Groh, Barbie Standefer, Lynne Hill, Bette Malone and Dolores Beavers.  Second row, Jane Bricard, Marilyn Long, Cindy Dearing, Joye Duke, Lee Parham, Susan Harris, Lynn Ballard,
Mary Duncan, Carol Rogers and Elaine Robinson.
Front row, from left, Gordon Scales, Betsy Groh, Barbie Standefer, Lynne Hill, Bette Malone and Dolores Beavers. Second row, Jane Bricard, Marilyn Long, Cindy Dearing, Joye Duke, Lee Parham, Susan Harris, Lynn Ballard, Mary Duncan, Carol Rogers and Elaine Robinson.

Lynne Hill and the membership committee of Chickamauga Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, entertained new and prospective members of the chapter at the home of Marilyn Long.   

Several officers and committee chairmen spoke on various aspects of DAR after which they enjoyed a brunch.  Lee Parham is the current chapter regent.   

Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution is eligible for membership in the DAR.

 For more information contact Mrs. Parham at chickamaugaregent@tndar.org.


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