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SHEPHERDSTOWN — As a part of the vacations, members of the Shepherdstown Pack Horse Ford Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met to stuff 90 handmade Christmas stockings for veterans at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center on December four.
Chapter members who participated have been Diane Steece, Cheryl Brown, Darla Ambrose, Marie Snowden, Marianne Caruso, Barbara Nickell and Lois Kimble. The stockings have been crammed with small presents for veterans together with pocket dictionaries, 2018 calendars, observe pads and pens, enjoying playing cards, puzzle books, white socks, sweet and luxury gadgets. Female veterans additionally acquired hair bands, pedicure units and hair brushes.
An additional particular present was tucked into every of the stockings. Colorful handmade Christmas playing cards have been made by college students in 5 courses at Valley View Elementary School in Martinsburg, a venture initiated by chapter member Laura Huffman. Classroom academics whose college students participated included Mrs. Taylor-Turner, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Torbert, and Mrs. Huffman. Students drew footage, pasted cut-outs, and wrote heart-warming messages.
In different information, chapter members participated within the Shepherdstown Christmas Parade organized by the Rotary Club on Dec. 2. Chapter member Kim Sencindiver delivered a “sleigh” float for members to experience down German Street. Members met at Cheryl Brown’s house to embellish the float in vacation fashion. Participants included Kim Sencindiver, Jill Rowland, Darla Ambrose, Cheryl Brown, Cindy Nicewarner, Barbara Nickell, Ann Christy, Marie Snowden, Jane Snyder. Member Marlyn Keesecker and her husband Marty Keesecker, President of the General Adam Stephen Chapter, National Society Sons of the American Revolution wearing colonial interval clothes. Members gave out 2,000 Christmas themed bracelets to youngsters alongside the parade route.
DAR members come from quite a lot of backgrounds and pursuits, however all share a standard bond of getting an ancestor who helped contribute to securing the independence of the united statesA. Any lady 18 years or older, no matter race, faith or ethnic background who can show lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution, is eligible to hitch. With greater than 183,000 members in roughly three,000 chapters worldwide, DAR is likely one of the world’s largest and most lively service organizations.
If you want to study extra concerning the Pack Horse Ford Chapter, contact Regent Kathy Sholl at 304-876-1250. To study extra concerning the work of right now’s DAR, go to www.DAR.org.