In June, 1998, the Samuel King Chapter and the Guthrie Chapters merged, retaining the chapter number from Guthrie and the chapter name from Samuel King.
|Regent||Ms. Patricia Kennedy|
|Vice-Regent||Ms. Norma Hughes|
|Chaplain||Ms. Janet Kem|
|Recording Secretary||Dr. Loree Rice|
|Treasurer||Ms. Ruth Ann Hodges|
|Registrar||Ms. Pauline Blanchard|
|Historian||Ms. Cecile Nichols|
Meetings are held in member's homes unless otherwise noted. If you are interested in attending a meeting, please e-mail one of the individuals listed in the CONTACTS section who will provide you with more information about the location.
September 15, 2002, Sundary,
Program: “ A New Term with Plenty of Heart and Plenty of Hope”
Speaker: Ms. Sharron Hughes, OSDAR
September 17-23, 2002
October 17, 2002, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Program: “Quilts and our American Heritage”
Speaker: Cecile Nichols
November 21, 2002, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Program: “Harvest-time at Plymouth Colony”
Speaker: Marquetta Brown, OSDAR Speaker Staff
December 12, 2002, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Program: "Christmas in the Colonial Kitchen"
Speaker: Mary Duffe, OSDAR Honorary State Regent
January 16, 2003, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Program: "Report on the 111th Continental Congress”
Speaker: Joann Winters, OSDAR Honorary State Regent
February 22, 2003, Saturday, 12:00 noon
Program: George Washington's Birthday Luncheon
Hostesses: Oklahoma City Regents Council, NSDAR
March 20, 2003, Thursday, 1:00 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Mitchell Owens
April 27-30, 2003
NSDAR STATE CONFERENCE
May 15, 2003, Thursday, 12:00 p.m.
Annual Guest Luncheon
Program: : “Lest We Forget – In Honor of Our Veterans"
Chapter silent auction, memorial for our ancestors
University of Central Oklahoma, Cherokee Room
July 2-6, 2003
112th Continental Congress
Members of our chapter have been and remain active in our local school system, teaching at all levels from pre-school through college. We are proud of our five members who have earned their doctorate degrees. One of our members has served on the school board for Deer Creek Public Schools. Because of our commitment to education, our chapter supports Junior American Citizen Contests. Each year, we honor a high school senior from each school with the DAR Good Citizen Award.
Our chapter is also committed to the preservation of our local history. Several of our members are active volunteers for the Edmond Historical Society and have served on the board of directors. One has served as president, and another is the Collections Manager. We also have several members who are active in the Edmond Genealogical Society. Our chapter is proud to claim an author among our membership, who has written several books about historical figures instrumental in our state's history, notably Will Rogers and Wiley Post.
Each year, our chapter sponsors Constitution Week, requesting a proclamation by the mayors of Edmond and Guthrie, along with creating a display at the library and publishing newspaper articles in the Edmond Sun and Guthrie Leader. We have participated in "Bells Across America." Our membership makes it a point to fly the flag on each patriotic holiday, to help our communities be more aware of the need to practice our patriotism. Our chapter has presented an American flag to a community middle school.
Reminding our communities of the never-ending need for National Defense is important to our chapter as well. Each year, we honor a high school ROTC student during their annual awards banquet. Our chapter participates in a supply drive each October for the men and women who are being cared for at our local Veterans' Hospital. The Samuel King Chapter honors our American veterans and active service persons annually during our May meeting.
|Regent:||Ms. Patty Kennedyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Registrar:||Ms. Pauline Blanchardemail@example.com|
|Historian & Public Relations:||Ms. Cecile Nicholsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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Last update: March 7, 2003