Puc Puggy Chapter
Lady Lake, Florida
The Puc Puggy Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, is named after
William Bartram, a botanist researching plant life in Florida in the 1770s. He lived with the
Seminole Indians for a period of time, and they called him 'Puc Puggy,' the Seminole words
meaning 'Flower Hunter.' Bartram discovered a tree native to Florida, which he named
Franklinia in honor of his friend, Benjamin Franklin.
Our chapter was chartered on October 15, 1994, in Lady Lake, FL. The Organizing Regent was
Carolyn J. Foster.
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Our chapter meetings are held on the third Friday of every month September through May.
If you would like to attend, please contact us for further information.
Sept. 20, 2013: TBA
Oct. 18, 2013: TBA
Nov. 15, 2013: TBA
Dec. 20, 2013: TBA
Jan. 17, 2014: TBA
Feb. 21, 2014: TBA
Mar. 21, 2014: TBA
Apr. 18, 2014: TBA
May 16, 2014: Annual Meeting and Installation of Officers, Regent Judith Martin
PUC PUGGY CHAPTER OFFICERS 2013-2015
Regent: Judith Martin
Vice Regent: Joan Hutter
2nd Vice Regent: Joyce Hutchinson
Chaplain: Barbara Bateman
Recording Secretary: Karen Carbonneau
Corresponding Secretary: Serena Sova
Treasurer: Ann Cody
Registrar: Sallie Krautz
Historian: Grace Nunn
Librarian: Judith Ozbun
Parliamentarian (Appointed): Robbie Jinks
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This site is maintained by Karen Carbonneau. Last updated June 21, 2013.