The Jonathan Hunt chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Ramona Collins was newly installed as North Carolina District IV director of the North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution at Centenary Methodist Church, Winston-Salem, Aug. 5 at the annual district meeting.
Collins has served as chapter regent, vice regent, registrar in her chapter, District IV vice regent and nominating chairperson. On the state level, she’s served as state chairman of the nominating committee, genealogical records, Celebrate! America and genealogical committee. At the national level, she has volunteered numerous hours to book index and book sync project.
Her directorship represents nine chapters and five counties of Surry, Yadkin, Iredell, Forsyth and Rowan.
Collins, a State Road resident, has been honored as the first North Carolina daughter to revitalize the Joseph Kerner chapter in Kernersville to grow the District IV from eight to nine chapters. She received a pin award and certificate.