Six General Jethro Sumner DAR members have been appointed to serve on various State Committees of the Daughters of the American Revolution. They attended the Tennessee State DAR Luncheon Meeting for Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and Members of DAR State Committees.
This meeting was held in July at the Old Natchez Country Club in Nashville and was attended by DAR members from across the state. Appointed to serve were State Treasurer Sandra Long; Project Patriot Special Vice Chair Angela Beaton; Marshall and Protocol Vice Chair Augusta Morales; Conservation Vice Chair Cindy Rouch; State Conference A/V Tech Lori Hanley and Bylaws Committee Member Nancy Gilley. Attendees learned of the plans of the State Association for the next three years. Various DAR dignitaries were introduced and honored.
DAR is the one of the largest and most active service organizations in the country. To learn more about DAR, visit the DAR website at DAR.org.