Tag: DAR

Members from eight chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution gathered in Iola Saturday to assemble table decorations for the State Conference next month. Chapters represented were: Where The Trail Divides, Oceanus Hopkins, Council…

Cofachique Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution members, from left, Marcia Longberg,  Cynthia Geisler, Linda Johnson, Judy Arbeiter, Deborah Jackson, Barbara McIntosh, Beverly Miller, Linda Rubow, Nancy Castellucci and Nelda Cuppy met Saturday…

Cofachique Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution members Karen Gilpin, Marcia Longberg, Nelda Cuppy and Judy Arbeiter pose at the Humboldt Public Library Dec. 21, where Arbeiter gave the program on the origins and meanings…

Cofachique Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Dec. 13 to donate gifts to Hope Unlimited in Iola.      

Members of the Cofachique Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution visited the Chanute Safari Museum in Chanute to learn about a trip taken by the curator of the museum, Jackelyn Borgeson Zimmer, to the Cannibal…

State Regent Susan Metzger, from left, visits with Cofachique Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution members Deborah Jackson and Linda Johnson at the 50th anniversary of Four Winds Chapter DAR in Garnett Saturday. …

Did you hear the bells ring at noon on Tuesday? Sept. 17 is Constitution Day and the Cofachique Chapter DAR contacted churches in Iola, Humboldt and Chanute to ring their bells at noon in commemoration.…

Kansas State Regent Kathryn Walker West visited with members of the Cofachique Chapter DAR  on May 18 at the United Methodist Church in Humboldt. Members from the Garnett and Ottawa chapters also attended. Larry Manes…

Kansas State Regent Kathryn Walker West visited with members of the Cofachique Chapter DAR  on May 18 at the United Methodist Church in Humboldt. Members from the Garnett and Ottawa chapters also attended. Larry Manes…

 Six members of the Cofachique Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met on Saturday.  Members visited the Allen County Historical Society Museum and the Old (1869) Jail building.