DAR meeting minutes
PRINCETON — The Princeton-Illinois chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met June 15 at the Bureau County Historical Society Museum for the program. Director Pam Lange showed the DAR Chapter’s artifact housed there and on display. Of special interest was the 1896 chapter charter. Members also were given information on the 175 years of Bureau County History.
Regent Sharon Bittner called the meeting to order later at the Prouty Community Building. Barbara Welch-Robison read the President General’s message. The National Defense Report was given by Marie Roth. Chaplain Lois Peterson led a memorial service for deceased member Barbara Eichenseer. Family members and guests were welcomed.
Janice Edgerlay conducted an installation service for 2013-2015 chapter officers: Sharon Bittner, regent; Lois Peterson, chaplain; Beverly Larson, corresponding secretary; Dolores Dace, treasurer; and Patricia Palson, registrar. Unable to attend were elected officers: Evalynn Blanco, vice regent; Nancy Gillfillan, recording secretary; Sue May, historian; and Yvonne Johnson, librarian.
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