DAR meeting discusses future plans

Posted 9/8/20

Newly elected Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chapter regent Twila Lobitz officially conducted her first board meeting Sept. 2, using Zoom because of COVID-19 …

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DAR meeting discusses future plans

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Newly elected Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chapter regent Twila Lobitz officially conducted her first board meeting Sept. 2, using Zoom because of COVID-19 social distancing rules. Pictured are Betty DeRentis, chapter webmaster; Ms. Lobitz; Shirley Staggs, honorary chapter regent; Patricia Alicki, chapter chaplain; Leslie Eaton, chapter registrar; and Lavonne Rasmusson, chapter secretary. Rita Sattazhan, chapter treasurer, and Cynthia Dobbins, chapter vice regent, were also in attendance. After three hours of discussing DAR chapter business and making plans for the September regular monthly meeting, the meeting was adjourned. Visit aguafriaarizonadar.weebly.com

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