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|DAR hears District III director|
Melissa Wiygul, District III Director, was introduced by Mary Sue Mitchell, First Vice Regent, at the recent meeting of the Chief Tusquahoma chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Wiygul spoke on National Defense from the National level to the Chapter level.
Some of the best speakers at Continental Congress can be heard at the National Defense luncheon in Washington, D.C.
They are usually high ranking military officers who know the overall picture of the defense of the United States.
Louisiana State Convention also has outstanding speakers at this very popular luncheon.
The National Defense Committee at the Chapter levels sponsor medals for two outstanding cadets at West Monroe High School ROTC program as well as West Ouachita High School.
The MIA/POW ceremonies that are performed in remembrance of those who have made extraordinary contributions to the defense of this country are done with such precision, there are very few dry eyes in the audience.
Regent Gwen Clark conducted the opening ritual. Barbara Gewin read the President General's report and Christy Edwards read the National Defense Report as well as the minutes of the last meeting.
The Treasurer's report and Constitution Week activities were given. Wiygul gave a brief report on the District III meeting held at . Diane Lawrence's house recently. A note from Mary Mitchie, who now lives in Texas, was read. Kate McClendon and Christy Edwards were hostesses.
Members attending were Melissa Wiygul, Kate McLendon, Gail Collins, Mary Sue Mitchell, Delores Gewin, Barbara Gewin, Christy Edwards, Lillian Dunlap, Billie Alderman, Gwen Clark, Sue Parker, Sheryl Jernigan, Donna McCorkle, Suzanne Parker Causey, Jean Downing, Geraldine Kirby and Nikki McCrory, guest.