DAR celebrates 110 years

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), Plymouth chapter, celebrated its 110th anniversary Chapter when members from near and far gathered together for their first annual cookout last month on the Old Plank Road Trail in Plymouth.

The Plymouth Chapter was organized Nov. 16, 1907, by Lillie Bamford. The chapter received its charter on March 7, 1908. On this anniversary, the chapter and its members spent the day reviewing the records and programs of our past that reveal our dedication to service in our communities.

Jeanne Petermann of Plymouth, is one of the oldest and dearest chapter members. She joined the NSDAR in 1950 and celebrates 67 years of continuous service. Today, she faithfully attends all meeting and serves on various committees. Petermann cut the celebratory cake (right).

The chapter looks forward to its upcoming activities — Constitution Week, state fall workshop in Appleton, state service project in support of military nurses overseas, King Veterans home and the Sheboygan County Veterans Memorial.

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