Thursday, February 9, 2017

NC State Librarian, Saundra Chang is the guest speaker for the February DAR Meeting

NC State Librarian, Saundra Chang gave a lovely program about our DAR Library in Washington DC and how to access the library on our home computers. 

We are wearing red for "Heart Health Month."
Martha Koletar, chairman of the Service to America Hours developed a special fun award called the "Candle Wick Award," certificate for burning the candle a both ends! The awards were presented to the top five members who contributed the most hours of community service for the Brunswick Town Chapter.

L to R: the winners are: 5th Place, Mo Stankard (170 hours); 4th Place, Nancy Mazzei (229 hours); 3rd Place, Sandy Kotch (258 hours); 2nd Place Betsy Roberts (not in picture) (282 hours);  and 1st Place Winner, Martha Koletar (464 hours)

Barbara Pleasants signing membership documents with Regent, Diane Kuebert and Registrar, Cindy Sellers

Barbara Pleasants is a descendant of Major General James Clinton of New York. Both her mother and grandmother were early member of DAR and she is delighted to be joining Brunswick Town Chapter. Of interest is that the younger brother of her Patriot was Gen. George Clinton who late became Governor of New York and served as Vice President under both Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.

L to R:Vickie Elam, O J Willis, Mary Beth Losch, Jeannette Haas and Shawn Russell
New members being sworn in by Chaplain, Kathy Miller, with Regent, Diane Kuebert

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