We thoroughly enjoyed being with family and friends for the holidays. On Christmas Eve, we spent the night with Lindsey and her family at their place in the country, about 80 miles from ours. The rural church was filled with poinsettias and we sang hymns and worshipped on Christmas Eve. After eating enchiladas, tamales, guacamole, refried beans and Spanish rice, we turned in early as we knew Santa would be dropping by. The wonder and joy on our grandson’s faces were precious as they discovered what Santa had left for them on Christmas morning. Cade (almost 7) ripped through the gifts, occasionally opening some without his name on them. Jake (5) carefully opened each one and played with...Read More
On Monday, January 12th, Virginia Lingelbach, National Chair, Units Overseas and I flew to Nassau, Bahamas for a visit with the Bahamas Chapter. To our delight, we were escorted from the plane by Eric Hanna from the Protocol Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Immigration who ushered us into his office while he handled customs and retrieved our luggage. It sure is easy to get used to this royal treatment!
Met at the airport by Vicki Thomas, Chapter Regent and Ruth Mytty, Vice Regent, we were driven to our hotel, the Atlantis Resort. We learned that January 12th is...Read More
3,000,000 hours and counting!! If you have been watching the Celebrate America! Online Ticker, you will have noticed this ever increasing number! DAR members are serving their communities and we love hearing stories and seeing photos from your wonderful volunteer projects – keep up the great work! Each day we get a little closer to our 10 million hour goal for the Young Administration!
As you know, this year...Read More