Wednesday, September 29, 2010
The Pilot Rock Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution have been very busy lately, as evienced by these photos.
DAR luncheon -
Barbara Ivarson Pilot Rock Chapter DAR Regent, hosted a luncheon meeting at her home in Cherokee. Shown (left to right) are Dee Taylor, Peggy Corrington, Elaine Leavitt, Roberta Klingborg, and Lorene Mugge. The program "Stage Coach Stops in Cherokee County" was given by Janet Kai.
Foundation Dinner -
Attending the Foundation Dinner program at the MMC School were Pilot Rock Chapter DAR members (left to right): Carol Berkler, Elaine Leavitt, Phyllis Eickholt, Dee Taylor, Barbara Ivarson, and Nancy Hier.
DAR program -
Members of Pilot Rock Chapter DAR gathered at the home of Dean Reimenschneider near Kingsley for a program on Fenton Glassware.
Beautiful glassware -
After viewing a video about the history of Fenton glassware, the Pilot Rock Chapter DAR toured the home of Dean Reimenschneider near Kingsley to see his collection of beautiful glassware. They were then treated to homemade walnut pie. Shown around the table (left to right) are: Dee Taylor, Barbara Ivarson, Janet Kai, Margaret Rhoads, Ruth Matthews, Elaine Leavitt, and Lorene Mugge.
State DAR Conference -
Pilot Rock Chapter DAR members who attended the Iowa Society State DAR Conference at Quality Inn at Ames, were (left to right), Lorene Muggee (Cleghorn), Carol Berkler, Barbara Ivarson and Micki Conley (Cherokee), and Mary Beth Seggerman of Kingsley.
Friday Night Banquet -
Shown at the Friday Night Banquet of the Iowa Society DAR Conference at Ames, were (left to right) Barbara Ivarson and Micki Conley of Cherokee, Lorene Mugge of Cleghorn, and Carol Berkler of Cherokee.
Shown at the ISDAR State Conference Memorial table following the annual Necrology Service are (left to right) Lorene Mugge, Barbara Ivarson, Mary Beth Seggerman (State Chaplain who led the memorial service), Carol Berkler and Micki Conley.
Welcoming a new member -
Welcomed as a new member of Pilot Rock Chapter DAR was (second from left) Margaret Rhoads. Her niece from Sioux City (on left) was a guest. Conducting the ceremony were (on right) Opal Williams and Regent Barbara Ivarson.