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|Chief Tusquahoma DAR ends year|
Viola Nugent, registrar for Chief Tusquahoma Daughters of the American Revolution, LSDAR, presented a program of obtaining members, training those members, and enjoying the enteraction with others who like doing DAR activities.
She was introduced by First Vice Regent, Mary Sue Mitchell.
Nugent stressed the importance of not just joining the chapter, but being willing to work in an area necessary for the success of the organization. Chief Tusquahoma had a workshop for new members earlier this year. Beside the 11 chapter officers, there are 25 chapter chairmen of committees. There are also seven special committees that must have chairmen.
Mary Davis read the president general's message. Mary K. Reighney gave the national defense report and the minutes of the last meeting.
A report of the ROTC metals and certificates given to West Monroe High School and West Ouachita High School was given by regent Gwen Clark.
Christy Edwards shared her view as a new member of the recent State Conference held in Shreveport. She said she was impressed with how Chief Tusquahoma fit into the scheme of things. She saw members helping to register all of those attending.
Toni Rodgers as LSDAR genealogical chairman, and Clark, LSDAR historic preservation chairman, reported to the group. Clark said she really liked hearing Chief Tusquahoma's name many times when contest winners were announced.
The Indian moment and Constitution moment were given.
Hostesses were Mary Davis and Christy Edwards. Those attending were Jo Bennett, Wyolene Rainer, Mary Sue Mitchell, Viola Nugent, Lillian Dunlap, Delores Gewin, Barbara Gewin, Fannie Oliver, Kate McLendon, Mary Reighney, Mary Davis, Christy Edwards, guest Niki McCrory and Gwen Clark.
The group meets again in September.