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Copiah Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

COPIAH CHAPTER National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Crystal Springs, welcomed guest Robin Lackey, third from left, at their March 7 meeting held in the Bessie Boudousquie Meeting Room of J. T. Biggs, Jr. Memorial Library. Shari Carty, second from left, reminded Daughters, as the chapter’s chairman of Women’s Issues, that March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Chapter Chaplain Joyce Carney, fourth from left and Johnnie Lou Yakstis, right, Chapter Registrar, attended the 114th Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American Revolution State Conference Feb. 20-22 at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson. Chapter Regent Tricia Nelson, fourth from right, presented a program on outstanding women in history from Copiah County, including Elizabeth A. M. Jones, founder of Copiah Chapter NSDAR and the Crystal Springs Floral Club, a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs/Mississippi Federation of Women’s Clubs. Regina Jones, second from right, chapter treasurer presented the financial report; Suzanne Starky Harvey, left, was welcomed as a new member, and Carol Diane Frizzell, third from right, was welcomed as a prospective member.


For meeting details see the Meteor’s E-Edition

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