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DAC rededicates plaque

September 21, 2013
The Times Observer

The Kanoagoa Chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists, recently held its fall meeting at the Warren Public Library and rededicated a plaque to National DAC President Lillian Acomb Hunter presented in 1945 to the library. She was instrumental in establishing a genealogical library, encouraging people who had done genealogy research to present their information to the library for other researchers to access. This led to one of the largest and best genealogical information sites in the state. The bronze plaque was restored by Sturdevent Signs and placed over the door to the Pennsylvania Room in the reference room of the library. Members present were, from left, Bonnie Beyer, Pauline Sarvis and Judi Wilson in front; Fran Perrin and Connie Johnson, center; and Eleanor Johnson, Helen Clark and Liz Brown in back. Members also voted to make a donation to the Four Flags towards new flags. The October meeting will be at Cable Hollow Golf Club with guest speaker State Regent Phoebe Connor and also to Honor Our Veterans.

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Members present were, from left, Bonnie Beyer, Pauline Sarvis and Judi Wilson in front; Fran Perrin and Connie Johnson, center; and Eleanor Johnson, Helen Clark and Liz Brown in back.

 
 

 

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