DAR chapter welcomes two new members

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NEW MEMBERS – From left, Cassandra Cooper and Lori Lockhart complete their DAR membership forms to be sent to Washington, D.C.

The Glover’s Trace (Camden) Daughters of the American Revolution chapter met for their January meeting at the Benton County Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 28.

The chapter is excited for two new members to join our chapter. At the meeting, Cassandra Cooper and Lori Lockhart signed their application forms for submission to the national office in Washington, D.C. These new members join a chapter with a 55-year legacy. The Glover’s Trace chapter anticipates great things from these two new members.

Honored guests that attended the January meeting were State Regent Emily Robinson, State Organizing Secretary Dianna Callaway, and State Chapter Development Chair Nancy Hemmrich. Robinson spoke about plans for her administration and encouraged the Glover’s Trace chapter with its many activities. The members discussed with our state officers several past projects and ideas for the upcoming year.

Corresponding Secretary Sheila Jacobi is a skilled tablescape artist. Members enjoyed her winter wonderland decorations along with the delicious food she prepared including homemade marshmallows for our hot chocolate.

Robinson’s scripture for her administration is “My purpose is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love.” Colossians 2:2. We left the January meeting being encouraged for the future of our chapter.

To learn more about our local chapter Glover’s Trace, contact Thelma Traut at 731-584-0721 or [email protected]. Visit www.tndar.org to see what DAR daughters are doing all across the state.

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