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Donations, Officer Reports Highlight Stamford DAR's Annual Meeting

From left, Dee Jones,treasurer and honorary regent; Jackie McBride; Katie Sumner, regent; Rebecca Boutsikoudis, historian; Jeanne Delarm-Neri, corresponding secretary; and Carol Liberty, librarian.
From left, Dee Jones,treasurer and honorary regent; Jackie McBride; Katie Sumner, regent; Rebecca Boutsikoudis, historian; Jeanne Delarm-Neri, corresponding secretary; and Carol Liberty, librarian. Photo Credit: Contributed

STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Stamford chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held its annual meeting recently at La Bretagne Restaurant.

Officer reports were given and new officers were installed. Subjects such as national defense, American Indian, and women's Issues were discussed. At the meeting, the chapter collected more than 80 canned goods for the local food bank.

The program, "New York During the Revolution," was presented.

Stamford DAR, chartered in 1894, is one of the oldest chapters in the United States, and encourages love of county,patriotism and women fellowship. Anyone interested in joining the Stamford DAR should contact Katie Sumner at ksbacon@optonline.net.

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