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|DAR chapter installs new members|
Donna McCorkle and Dianne McPherson were installed as the newest members of Chief Tusquahoma Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, LSDAR, by chaplain Barbara Gewin, and Resistrar/Membership chairman Gail Collins.
The new members were presented with a long stem red rose and welcomed by the chapter. Nan Gorton recently transferred into the Chief Tusquahoma Chapter with a welcome as well. Regent Gwen Clark conducted the opening ritual.
The President General's message and National Defense report was read by Mary K. Reighney. Christy Edwards read the minutes from the last meeting. Toni Rodgers read the Treasurer's report. Gail Collins, chairman of the by-laws committee, read the results of the committee's work, stating that Chief Tusquahoma is in compliance with National in that department. Delegates and Alternates were elected to attend the State Conference in Lafayette in March.
For the full report, see Page 9A of this week's Citizen.
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