We meet the second Saturday of the month ( Sept-May, except March) at 11:30 in the Presidents Room at William Carey University. We enjoy lunch, have our meeting and program. The chapter started meeting in 1967, and has informative programs in addition to our regular service projects. Here is our schedule.
We are a friendly group of ladies who like nothing more than to make our town and country a better place. We look forward to getting to know you.
Regent Jutta White
Vice Regent Lynn Hall
Chaplain Jennie Thames
Rec. Secretary Harriet Phalen
Cor. Secretary Francis Stringer
Treasurer Carol Miller
Registrar Patty Turner
Historian Michelle Stringfellow
Librarian Mandy Stanley
Parliamentarian Victoria Lawrence
Mississippi DAR Mansion, Rosalie, to right.
In this video, Juliet P. Icher Talks about Lafayette's visit to Natchez. The film features the MSDAR Mansion, Rosalie.
Sgt. Ruth Hanks speaks on her experience as a guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Chuck Mitchell
A festive and fun meeting!
Betty Barger. Learn the story behind the Navajo Code Talkers.
Jennifer Brannock, USM Cookbook Collection Curator, will share recipes and information about this collection.
Chapter Fundraiser at Oaklawn Cemetery. Reenactment of citizens of Hattiesburg buried at Oaklawn.
Mike Garner, Adams Nursery, will help you learn to preserve and grow native plants.
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Last Update: Sept. 14, 2021