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DAR Constitution Luncheon

 

Last updated 9/19/2022 at 1:59pm

Pictured are: Elberta Herman, Regent, Katy Latiolais, Chaplain, Sylvia Bland, Vice Regent, Jackie Huckabay, Registrar, and Mayor Larry Spears, Jr.

The William Diamond Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) held their Constitution Day Luncheon on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at the Old Orange Cafe. 

Regent Elberta Herman presented "The Story of DAR" and the organization's goals of Service to America. Mayor Larry Spears, Jr., shared a most inspiring speech entitled "In God We Trust." Questions and answers followed afterwards.

All attendees sang along with Debbie Anderson, vocalist from Bridge City's First Baptist Church.  This included the National Anthem and America the Beautiful.

Reverend Jeff Bell, Minister at Old First Orange Baptist Church and the Chaplain for Hospice gave the opening and closing prayers.

The program ended with ringing the Bells Across America, marking the 235th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution to commemorate this historical event.

Pictured are: Elberta Herman, Regent, Katy Latiolais, Chaplain, Sylvia Bland, Vice Regent, Jackie Huckabay, Registrar, and Mayor Larry Spears, Jr.

 

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