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DAR members learn about Isaiah 1:17 House at January chapter meeting


Misty Romero was the featured speaker at the January DAR meeting. ANNE SMITH

The Charlotte Reeves Robertson Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution met Thursday, Jan. 11 at the Glenn Memorial Club House. 

Regent Liz King welcomed 23 ladies to the meeting, including speaker Misty Romero from Isaiah 1:17 House and Dana Mutcher, guest of Faye Jackson. Leanne Morris, Linda Kumar and Nina Kumar served as hostesses.  

Mrs. King led the group in the DAR Ritual, and Joyce Eller assisted with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. 

Following lunch, Becky Wall introduced Misty Romero, Program Coordinator of Isaiah 1:17 House in Springfield.  Mrs. Romero spoke of how Isaiah House supports children and provides them comfort in a loving home atmosphere while they are awaiting placement in foster care. 

Vice Regent Becky Gunn read excerpts from the President General’s message.  Anne Smith gave the National Defense report on the history of Navajo Code Talkers. 

The chapter’s monthly service project was to bring items or monetary donations for Isaiah 1:17 House.

The next chapter meeting will be held on Feb. 4, 2024.

Anne Smith is a member of the Charlotte Reeves Robertson chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution