Members attending were Linda Foster, regent, Mariann Dietrich, vice regent, Ellen McReynolds, treasurer, Helen Riden, registrar and Harriet Caldwell, chaplain.
Ocoee Chapter has presented the following books to the Cleveland Historical Library: “Genealogy Bible Treasure,” “Historical Markers,” and “Forgotten Patriots.”
Library members are encouraged to look for their possible patriots in these publications. There was a display of information about the War of 1812 and suggestions of possible ways to introduce students, teachers and the community awareness of the war, the 200th anniversary of which is being observed this year.
Classes offered were “American Indian,” “Students, Teachers and Community Volunteers,” “Take the Mystery from Analysis of Data,” “Great Ideas that Work” and “Preserving Chapter Records,” such as application copies, yearbooks and chapter minutes, as well as preserving markers made by past members.
The announcement was given to those Tennessee daughters wishing to ride the bus crossing the state originating in Memphis and heading to the District of Columbia for a stay in Virginia for Continental Congress.