DAR remembers Lexington and Concord
PRINCETON — In memory of Lexington and Concord, tables were covered with Revolutionary War tent fabric and decorated with era type bottles, bowls, pouches, hardtack and games at the April coffee-time meeting of the Princeton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The program “Who was Sarah Gregg?” was presented by DAR member Nancy Gillfillan. Dressed as a Civil War nurse, Gillfillan introduced the chapter to Sarah Gregg of Ottawa, and her nursing experiences as hospital matron at Fort Butler in Springfield.
Regent Sharon Bittner led the chapter in the opening ritual. Judith Munn read the president general’s message and Lenora Carey read the National Defence.
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