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• Special to the Leader & Times 




The Byrd Prewitt Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Saturday at the Historic Adobe Museum in Ulysses.

The chapter’s registrar, Noreen Walker, brought her sister Rochelle Walker and her cousin Anita States.  They are finalizing their applications to become members of the DAR and the Byrd Prewitt Chapter.

The chapter’s regent, Lola Caraway, presented a program titled, “Beans and Their Role in the Revolution.” This story revolves around a female patriot.

Plans are also being finalized for a genealogy workshop in October.  A flier will be released on this later.


 

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