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Cherokee DAR holds first meeting of the year

 

October 18, 2020

From left: Teri Piper, Cherokee Chapter Regent Joy Rhodes, Linda Peterman, Thelma Crouch, Woodward Chapter District Director Roberta Chance and (front) Marceline Piper.

The Cherokee Outlet Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held its first meeting of the year on Thursday, Oct. 8, at Hatfield Park. Chapter Regent Joy Rhodes led the chapter in the patriotic exercises and discussed upcoming events including a program to honor veterans.

District Director Roberta Chance, member of the Woodward chapter, was the honoree of this meeting. She discussed future events of the Woodward chapter's re-dedication of DAR monuments. The next dedication was planned for yesterday, Oct. 17, on the grounds of the Woodward County Courthouse.

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