The local DAR members who received membership certificates are, from left, Gloria Adcock for 20 years; Rea Waters for 20 years; and Marsha Williams for 30 years. Not pictured are Joy Boyd and Margie Vaughan, both with 20 years.Special to The Herald
The Yazoo Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met in the home of Wendy Cartwright for the May 9, 2013 meeting.
Wendy Cartwright, the new Chapter Regent, presided over the meeting. She introduced the visitors, her mother-in-law Mary Wilson and Carolyn Mallory from the Russellville Chapter Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Pricilla Harper’s cousin.
A short business meeting was held, and the two Junior members of Yazoo Chapter NSDAR were recognized: Cathryn Cartwright, Yazoo Chapter’s Jr. Membership Chairman and Kelly Olivieri, a new member attending her first DAR meeting with her grandmother, JoAnne Collins.
The names of the members to receive years of membership certificates for their years of service who live out of town were read: Bruce Crook, 30 years; Anne Marini, 40 years; Betty Quin, 40 years; and Martha Shipley, 30 years.
Those members who live in Yazoo City and receiving years of membership certificates for their years of service are: Gloria Adcock 20 years, Rea Waters 20 years, Marsha Williams 30 years, and not picture Joy Boyd 20 years and Margie Vaughan 20 years.