Meeting Minutes


NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICERS of the Plymouth Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution are (left to right) Helen Malzahn, Margie Seifert, Doris Wetzel, Donna Morgan and Kate Ullman. — Submitted photo NEWLY-ELECTED OFFICERS of the Plymouth Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution are (left to right) Helen Malzahn, Margie Seifert, Doris Wetzel, Donna Morgan and Kate Ullman. — Submitted photo The Plymouth Chapter DAR met on Saturday, June 18.

A report was given on the WSDAR State Conference.

The Wisconsin Society elected Judy Mason state regent. She is a member of the Stevens Point Chapter who has served the DAR on the Chapter, State and National level.

The focus of her Administration is “Daughters Uniting Hearts and Hands for Service,” through Education, Historical Preservation and Patriotism.

At State Conference Donna Morgan, Plymouth Chapter Regent, was elected State Librarian, appointed State Master Questionnaire Chair and the Fort Winnebago Surgeon Quarters Long Range Planning Committee.

Kate Ullman, Plymouth Chapter Vice Regent will serve as Patriot Records Project State Chair of the National Committee and also the Fort Winnebago Surgeon’s Quarters Committee.


KATHY WIESMAN DISPLAYS the “Four Freedoms Gratitude Quilt” for the Plymouth Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. — Submitted photo KATHY WIESMAN DISPLAYS the “Four Freedoms Gratitude Quilt” for the Plymouth Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. — Submitted photo Freddie Noordyk of Plymouth was appointed State Musician Chairman.

Plymouth Chapter looks forward to serving the Mason administration 2016-2019.

An election of chapter officers was held.

The following will serve the Plymouth Chapter for the next two years: Donna Morgan, Regent; Kate Ullman, Vice Regent, Doris Wetzel, Treasurer; Helen Malzahn, Registrar; Margie Seifert, Recording Secretary and Char Ollinger, Corresponding Secretary.

A report by Kathy Wiesman was given on Operation Quiet Comfort’s, “Four Freedoms Gratitude Quilt.”

The quilt is made of denim squares cut from blue jeans and signed with words of encouragement and appreciation. The quilts are provided to members of our armed services who are injured and receiving medical care.

Kathy is participating in the project and proudly displayed a quilt that she recently completed. She encourages other quilters to get involved in this worthy project.

The Chapter will hold its next meeting on July 16.

Any woman age 18 or older who is interested in learning more about the DAR is welcome to attend.

For more information please call (920) 755-2531 or email: plymouthchapterdar@gmail.com

The DAR is a nonprofit, nonpolitical volunteer woman’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving Ameri- can History and education.

Any woman 18 years or older who can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in American independence is eligible to join.


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