Moccasin Bend National Society Of Daughters Of American Revolution Met At Poe's Tavern Park

Monday, September 13, 2021
Kim Poe Gray, speaker, and fourth great-granddaughter of Hasten Poe
Kim Poe Gray, speaker, and fourth great-granddaughter of Hasten Poe

The Moccasin Bend Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution held their September meeting at the historic Poe's Tavern Park in Soddy Daisy.

Speaker, Kim Poe Gray presented the program on the tavern, its use, and Hasten Poe, who built the original tavern.

If you are interested in joining the group, please visit https://www.dar.org/national-society/become-member/membership-interest-form?ID=3054TN



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