Northwest NEWS

August 24, 1998

Local News

D.A.R. chapter elects officers

   Officers for Lady Stirling Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) have been installed for a two-year term, 1998-2000. They have planned an interesting year, beginning with a study of the U.S. Constitution for their Sept. 1 meeting at the Wandering Creek home of Elizabeth Jacobson. Call her at (425) 481-8385 for information.
   Chapter Regent is Rosalie Van Deman Hansen, (206) 362-8098. Laurel Peterson James is Vice-Regent. Other elected officers are Leona Rennells, Chaplain; Miriam Peterson, Secretary; Ella Pool, Treasurer; B.J. Craeger, Registrar; Elizabeth Jacobus, Historian; and Iras Gabryelewicz, Librarian.
   The chapter meets the first Tuesday of each month, except July and August. Lady Stirling meetings are open to anyone interested in establishing descent from an American Revolutionary ancestor. This chapter of the D.A.R. serves northeastern King County primarily.