Wendy Cartwright, regent of the Yazoo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, recently presided over the Cameo Society. Pictured from left are Ann Tindall, speaker, and Cartwright. Special to The Herald
Wendy Davis Cartwright, Yazoo Chapter Regent, presided over the Cameo Society Mississippi State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution meeting as president on June 8.
The meeting took place in the Grand Old Post Office in Canton, followed by speaker Ann Tindall, a member of Dancing Rabbit Chapter, who spoke on her “Rosalie Kin.”
After the meeting and program, all those present enjoyed a delicious luncheon.
The Cameo Society is a part of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Its members must have a family connection (mothers, daughters, grandmothers, granddaughters, nieces, aunts) related to them who are also members in good standing of NSDAR. The purpose of the Cameo Society is to promote family ties and genealogical information as well as promote membership in the DAR.
The one time dues are paid to support the MSSDAR State Regent’s Project and provide refreshments at the Opening Night session of the MSSDAR State Conference held in February.
Other Yazoo Chapter members attending were JoAnne Collins, Yazoo Chapter Vice-Regent and Priscilla Harper, Yazoo Chapter Chaplin.