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Monday, November 24, 2014

REMINDER FOR ITEMS FOR CROSSNORE AND OUR VETERANS


Please bring items for Crossnore School’s Bird Cage and Veterans to our meeting on December 10th.  These gifts help make the holidays brighter for the veterans in Fayetteville and for Crossnore children from kindergarten to high school. Please  scroll down on this blog to visit the website section. 

NC BLUE STAR STATE BOOK DRIVE


   
The Brunswick Town DAR Chapter participated in the NC Blue Star State Book Drive Project this fall.  The Blue Star Families have either one or both parents in the active military, any branch of military and at any location.  By the donation of these books we help these children who move frequently, one or both parents absent for long periods of deployment and hopefully this will encourage reading throughout the year. Commemorative Events Chair, Dianna Conaty mailed to the state chair 62 books.  
posted by Jackie Craft
Information and photos by Dianna Conaty
Commemorative Events Chair

Friday, November 21, 2014

December 10, 2014 DAR Meeting






The December meeting of the Brunswick Town Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will be a Holiday Lunch on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at the Island Way Restaurant, 1407 E. Beach Drive, Oak Island.  Arrive at 10:00 AM for coffee and tea.  There will be entertainment by Coastal Harmonizers singing military hymns and holiday songs. Herb Pritchard is being honored as our Community Service Award Recipient this year. Please  RSVP our Regent for attendance count. For more information contact regent, Jackie Craft  at (910-755-7563) or registrar, Cindy Sellers  at (910-457-6988) 


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

DAR Honoring Vets




Resident at Universal Health Care of Brunswick County celebrating Veterans Day













Regent Jackie Craft, center, Ella Maugans, left and Lisa English leading the residents in a patriotic song.


Lisa English presenting flags to the Veterans and residents. Recognized the Veterans  living at Universal Health Care of Brunswick County.  

Rhonda entertaining the residents with her dance and representing Mrs. West Virginia
Members of Brunswick Town that attended the honoring of Veterans on Veterans Day along with Lisa English from Battle of Rockfish Chapter in Wallace at Universal Health Care: L to R: Rhonda Amato, Ella Maugans, Margaret Dula, Jackie Craft, Lisa English, Lois Ambler & Carol Jutte


Wreaths Across America 2014 - Let's Put a Wreath on all 5,000 Graves This Year!

                        Help sponsor a Wreath
Your support makes all the difference in making our mission a success. Help us place a wreath on all our fallen heros’ grave this December. Thank you for supporting Wreaths Across America. If you’d like to sponsor a wreath for a local fundraising group, please DONATE THROUGH OUR LOCAL FUNDRAISING GROUP  PAGES

Click on the website below:

http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/act-now/

NC0009P – BRUNSWICK TOWN CHAPTER 3 105 nc Daughters of the American Revolution Donation Form

If you have any questions about making a donation to place a wreath on a grave in the Wilmington Cemetery you can contact Fran Carlsen, our coordinator by e-mail her darfran@earthlink.net. Fran has forms that she can give you or e-mail you to make your donation. All donations should be in by Thanksgiving.




Thursday, November 6, 2014

Veteran's Day November 11th






Tuesday, November 11th, VETERAN’S DAY  Brunswick Town DAR Chapter will have a “thank you” to our Veterans for their service at the Brunswick Universal Health Care Center located at 1070 Old Ocean Highway, Boliva.  Lisa English will be coming from the Rockfish Chapter along with our Chair for Veteran’s Ella Maugans and member Rhonda Amato for a short program.  Brunswick Town Chapter will provide cupcakes for the Veterans.  If you would like to join us please feel free to drop by.  The event will start at 3:00pm.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Carol Canales Presents Pocket Flag to SSG Carlos A Riveria United States Army




Carol Canales discovered, SSG Carlos A Riveria United States Army in full fatigues She presented him with a Chapter Pocket Flag. He is stationed in Denton, Texas as a Recruiter and had been in the Army ten years. He has served as a mechanic, Drill SGT and presently a Recruiter.  He said he gets handshakes but nothing as special as the pocket flag.