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Daughters of the American Revolution come together

  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Nancy Joslin Howard (pictured) sang “Trees” by Rasbach Kilmer. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.

    New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Nancy Joslin Howard (pictured) sang “Trees” by Rasbach Kilmer. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.

  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Salley Crider (pictured) presented the message “Clear Vision." After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.

    New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Salley Crider (pictured) presented the message “Clear Vision." After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.

  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills. Pictured are front row (from left) Marilyn Pratt Holmquist, state recording secretary; Wendy Stanley Jones, state vice regent; Gagnon; and Farrar Howard; and back row (from left) Priscilla Theberge, state organizing secretary; Heidi Pope, state librarian; Patricia Holt, state corresponding secretary; Jackie Marshall, state registrar; Sandy Hargy, state treasurer; Mary Pease, state historian; and Linda Miccio, state assistant treasurer.

    New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills. Pictured are front row (from left) Marilyn Pratt Holmquist, state recording secretary; Wendy Stanley Jones, state vice regent; Gagnon; and Farrar Howard; and back row (from left) Priscilla Theberge, state organizing secretary; Heidi Pope, state librarian; Patricia Holt, state corresponding secretary; Jackie Marshall, state registrar; Sandy Hargy, state treasurer; Mary Pease, state historian; and Linda Miccio, state assistant treasurer.

  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Nancy Joslin Howard (pictured) sang “Trees” by Rasbach Kilmer. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.
  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. Salley Crider (pictured) presented the message “Clear Vision." After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills.
  • New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed members from throughout the nation to its 66th annual service on Aug. 10 at Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge. State Chaplain Dorothy Farrar Howard and State Regent Phyllis Gagnon welcomed members and honored Ann Salley Crider, chaplain general at this event. After the benediction by Farrar Howard, a luncheon followed at the Hidden Hills. Pictured are front row (from left) Marilyn Pratt Holmquist, state recording secretary; Wendy Stanley Jones, state vice regent; Gagnon; and Farrar Howard; and back row (from left) Priscilla Theberge, state organizing secretary; Heidi Pope, state librarian; Patricia Holt, state corresponding secretary; Jackie Marshall, state registrar; Sandy Hargy, state treasurer; Mary Pease, state historian; and Linda Miccio, state assistant treasurer.
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