The Kanoagoa Chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists (DAC), held a lunch meeting at the Conewango Valley Country Club with 12 members present.
The meeting was opened by chaplain Arlene Curtis, and the speaker was Penny Wolboldt from the Warren Public Library. She spoke about the genealogy information available at the library in the reference room. In 1947, the 25th anniversary of the founding of DAC, the Hunter Memorial Library was founded at the Warren Public Library in honor of Lillian Acomb Hunter. Many historical and genealogical books have been donated over the years making this one of the finest collections in this part of the country for genealogical research. The first lineage book was published in 1929 by then national president Mrs. Hunter.
Yearbooks were distributed to members by Regent Judi Wilson. The next meeting will be held Oct. 4 at Cable Hollow Gulf Course, and the speaker will be Starr Lehmann, communication co-coordinator for State DAC. It is also "Remember Our Veterans" day, and prospective members are invited to attend. For more information, contact Judi Wilson at 726-7240.