Warrick DAR celebrates Founder's Day with cemetery clean up

The Captain Jacob Warrick Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter worked to clean the Greenwood Cemetery in Chandler as a Day of Service Project for Founders Day. The group, a National Service and Lineage Society founded on Oct. 11, 1890, hauled off 12 bags of trash and a trailer full of limbs. The group will meet again for service/volunteer work with a veteran patriotic project which will occur in November. Members and Volunteer workers are: Cathy Feldbusch, Chaplain; Miranda Graham Kolley, Historian & Corresponding Secretary; Nancy Heim, Recording Secretary; Brenda Black, Chapter Regent, and her youngest son, Craig Black, along with his friend Kendra Estes and her daughter, Kelsey. To learn more about Daughters of the American Revolution, please contact the regent at bblack1951@psci.net.

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