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 Colonial Dames Met in December

January 30, 2008 - Friends Fellowship was the setting for the December 7, 2007 meeting of the Edward Pearson Chapter of the Colonial Dames. Helen Hudson served as hostess for the Christmas meeting and had decorated the table with a beautiful floral arrangement and had clever table favors for members and guests.

Following a delicious buffet luncheon President Margaret Brower called the meeting to order. The ritual of the Pledge of Allegiance, the American's Creed, the Salute to the Flag of the Colonial Dames XVII Century and the Object of the Society was repeated by the membership.

Officer reports were given. Treasurer, Helen Hudson reported dues have been collected but not sent to the national treasurer. Following a discussion of the budget it was accepted as presented. Registrar Hudson reported the membership now stands at 35. Vice President Cynthia Rhoades reported that another large donation of clothing was taken to the Veterans Home in Lafayette the end of October.

The program consisted of holiday related games in which members were given the opportunity to test their knowledge of holiday trivia. A gift exchange was also part of the program. Those in attendance were Margaret Brower, Esther Bunch, Jean Dilley, Helen Hudson, Nancy Merkamp and Cynthia Rhoades.

 

 

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