DAR holds district meeting


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Jonathan Hunt Chapter members of the Daughters of the American Revolution attending the District IV meeting include, from left, Tina Gauses, regent, Dee Cockerham, Makayla Burcham, Anne Merlo, Faye Hass, Louise Cockerham, Ramona Collins, District IV director, Renae Francis, vice regent, Ginger Banyon and Debra Bullard.


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North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution held its annual District IV meeting July 29 at Centenary Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, with Ramona Collins of State Road residing over the nine-chapter district meeting as district director.

Anne Hobbs serves as vice director and Suzie Keener is secretary/treasurer.

Eleven members of the Jonathan Hunt Elkin chapter attended.

Collins also is the vice regent and was presented the national first place award in book sync Bible records and second place for book index genealogical records project. These projects require reviewing, critiquing and special computer technology to bring American Revolution documents to the forefront of computer historical database for worldwide knowledge at the present.

Also present was David Cockerham, Elkin member of the Children of the American Revolution, with Elkin member Mikayla Burcham moving forward to be an NCSDAR member. She has been accepted at Salem College as a rising junior.

Jonathan Hunt Chapter members of the Daughters of the American Revolution attending the District IV meeting include, from left, Tina Gauses, regent, Dee Cockerham, Makayla Burcham, Anne Merlo, Faye Hass, Louise Cockerham, Ramona Collins, District IV director, Renae Francis, vice regent, Ginger Banyon and Debra Bullard.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_DAR.jpgJonathan Hunt Chapter members of the Daughters of the American Revolution attending the District IV meeting include, from left, Tina Gauses, regent, Dee Cockerham, Makayla Burcham, Anne Merlo, Faye Hass, Louise Cockerham, Ramona Collins, District IV director, Renae Francis, vice regent, Ginger Banyon and Debra Bullard. Submitted photo

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