Chickamauga Chapter Members Celebrate Opening Of National DAR Continental Congress

Friday, July 1, 2022
Attending the NSDAR Continental Congress Watch Party were (left to right): Christine Holmes, Nancy Anderson, Marti Rutherford, Sue Threadgill, Cathy Gebhart, Trish Mullins, Chapter Regent Gayle Burrows, Edi Seals, Cindy Dearing, Anne Rodgers and Barbie Standefer
Attending the NSDAR Continental Congress Watch Party were (left to right): Christine Holmes, Nancy Anderson, Marti Rutherford, Sue Threadgill, Cathy Gebhart, Trish Mullins, Chapter Regent Gayle Burrows, Edi Seals, Cindy Dearing, Anne Rodgers and Barbie Standefer

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution’s Chickamauga Chapter members gathered Wednesday evening, June 29 at the Heritage Landing Clubhouse for a watch party and dinner celebrating the opening of DAR’s 131st National Continental Congress meeting in Washington, D.C.

Four Chapter members are in Washington for the week-long Congress.

"Over the past three years, Chickamauga Chapter members have greatly contributed to the NSDAR President General’s Project to 'Rise and Shine for America' through meaningful local community service projects focused on DAR’s promotion of Education, Historic Preservation and Patriotism," officials said.


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