Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

DAR Chapter Elects Continental Congress Delegates

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

DAR Chapter Elects Continental Congress Delegates

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Since the founding of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in 1890, the organization has held Continental Congress, its annual national meeting, in Washington, D.C. National, state and chapter leaders, as well as other members from across the world, meet at the DAR national headquarters for a week during the summer to report on the year's work, honor outstanding award recipients, plan future initiatives and reconnect with friends. This year's NSDAR Continental Congress will meet June 15- 19.

The delegates elected at their meeting on April 9 to represent the Kanawha Valley Chapter are April Gardner, Kathie Bowling, Shirley Gilkeson and Margie Turley. They will join the more than 3,000 Daughters representing the membership of 175,000 who hail from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and over a dozen chapters in foreign countries. …

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