Daughters Of The American Revolution Host Reception

Members of the Benjamin Prescott Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met recently at the Darwin R. Barker Library in Fredonia. From left, front row, are Keri Wendel, Julina Harris, Linda Kuzara, Antoniette Sherman and Brenda Johnson. Back row, from left, are Bonnie Larkin, Carol Abell, Marci Rice, Myra Johnston, Dawn Ubaney, Lisa Sedlmayer and Barbara Pietro.

The Benjamin Prescott Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution hosted a welcome reception recently at the Darwin R. Barker Library in Fredonia.

Several genealogists were present to help people find out if they have ancestry that reaches back to the American Revolution.

Chapter officials said the chapter takes pride in supporting veterans and schools, preserving history and developing good citizenship while celebrating exceptional events in American history. Many endeavors the group has been involved in at the local and national levels to improve the community and nation’s quality of life were on display.

Homemade cookies and coffee or tea were served.

For more information on the chapter, call Dawn Ubaney, registrar, at 679-1218 or email gingerbread–8@hotmail.com.

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