2018-09-13 / Personalities

Kettle Creek DAR members meet with focus on Constitution Week


Regent Peggy Jones presides over first DAR meeting of the 2018- 2019 season. Regent Peggy Jones presides over first DAR meeting of the 2018- 2019 season. Observance of the upcoming Constitution Week was the main emphasis at the meeting of the Kettle Creek Chapter, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, Saturday, September 8, at the Episcopal Church of the Mediator Parish House.

Regent Peggy Jones presided and led the opening ritual. She noted Constitution Week is September 17-23 and in recognition of this she surprised members and guests with a Constitution Trivial Pursuit quiz. Citing the foundation of the American government was the formation of the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence, she presented 20 questions and one bonus question to the group. Lynda Woodard of Lincolnton was the winner of the quiz.

Prior to the program Anna Gunter offered the blessing for the delicious meal.

A short business meeting was held after the luncheon and program during which time members were reminded the next meeting would be Wednesday, October 3, in Thomson as they would gather with members of the Captain John Wilson Chapter at Highrail Southern Eatery and hear a program by State First Vice-Regent OB McCorkle of Warrenton. They were also reminded to make reservations for this luncheon meeting by September 19.

Mrs. Gunter closed the meeting with prayer.

Present were members Cathy Armour, Nina Albea, Amanda Aycock, Ginny Broome, Jane Burton, Linda Chesnut, Anna Gunter, Peggy Jones, Ann Pinson, Joanne Pollock, Phyllis Scarborough, Nancy Sisson, Laura Toburen, Lynda Woodard, and guests, Garvin Aycock and Thad Broome.

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