Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Fayetteville DAR Goes to Washington, Receives Awards

Pictured in DC (l-r) are: Pat Reeve and Regent Betty Harrah of Fayetteville.

Several members of the James Waldrop Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution recently journeyed to the National Society DAR 117th Continental Congress in Washington, DC. While in DC, the chapter was honored for "Constitution Week 2007- Outstanding Chapter Report." In addition, the chapter was also recognized among the highest level of the chapters nationwide for Chapter Achievement and in the 2nd tier for American Spirit DAR Magazine.

The DAR is the world's largest women's service organization with over 170,000 current members. Members of the James Waldrop Chapter DAR work tirelessly to promote education, preserve American history and to promote patriotism. For more information on the upcoming programs, visit http://jameswaldrop.georgiastatedar.org/

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