Chapter has busy agenda for meeting

November 1, 2013

in Club

The Osage chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met recently with Regent Ruthan Alexander leading the DAR ritual, assisted by Deborah Olejniczak and Ada Biggs.

Program Chairman Arthea Wasson reported that a number of quilt blocks had been received for a chapter project and that, once completed, the quilt would be presented for auction.

Carolyn Thomas gave the president genderal’s report, followed by various officer and committee reports.

The Nov. 11 veterans’ parade was discussed, with Carolyn Miller acting as chairman, assisted by Terri Brine and Susan Toman.

The chapter’s $117 Christmas project donation to the Veterans’ Home will be presented, for veterans to use for gift shopping.

Regent Alexander reported that Patsy West, state regent, will attend the local chapter’s Nov. 16 meeting and Miller reported that a civic award will be presented to Pam Burlingame at that time, for her service to the Honor Flight program.

It was also reported that a lineage research workshop would be held in January, led by Charlene Egbert.

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