Club News: Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R.
Submitted by Ann Smith
Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R. met at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Falls City, Neb. Ten members and one on zoom attended, Regent Kayce Feldkamp opened the meeting with the opening ritual, with members repeating the Pledge of Allegiance and the American’s Creed.
Feldkamp read the President General’s message. Treasurers report and Secretary minutes were read and approved. Glenda Nelson gave the National Defense report on the book, “The Life of a Prisoner of War,” written by Wilbur Roesch, Glenda’ Father. The Indian report was given by Ann Smith on the Ponca tribe getting Chief Standings Bear’s tomahawk back to the tribe.
The Chapter passed a motion to change the number of meetings that the Chapter will have to September, November, January, March, April and June. The Chapter nominated Feldkamp for Outstanding Junior of Reavis-Ashley Chapter. Feldkamp has been nominated for State Treasurer. Sue Rottman and Rachel Vitale were voted Historian chairman of the Chapter.
State Chapters will meet in Kearney, Neb., in March 2022. Reavis-Ashley members will be assisting Otoe chapter with decorations.
The November meeting will be in Beatrice, Neb., with time and place to be announced later. The hostess will be Ruth Wells.