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Xmas 2012

Please visit our Memorial page to Janet, Fifty Year DAR Member

Making Colonial Xmas Decorations, Dec 2012  

 

 

JAC Award  

 

 

 

 

Memorial Day parade 2012

First Grade Class receives a 1st Place OSSDAR Certificate for their "Junior American Citizen" Community Service Project, June 2012

Susan, Linda, Val, Patti and Carinda at the Memorial Day Parade, 2012

 

Wahkeena 80th Birthday Party  

 

 

 

 

Wahkeena Celebrates 80 Years

Wahkeena Chapter 80th Birthday Celebration, April 2012

Wahkeena Chapter 80th Birthday Sparklers

 

DAR, SAR, CAR picnic

 

 

 

 

 

Flag Presentation
Delyla, Jennifer, Susan, Patti and Linda at the Veterans Day Parade 2011 Patti (front left) with The Beat Goes On Marching Band and Baton Twirlers; Veterans Day Parade 2011

 

Please visit our Memorial page to Ione, Fifty Year DAR Member

Janet G.
  Janet receives 50 Year Certificate, Oct 2011

 

DAR, SAR, CAR picnic

 

 

 

 

 

Flag Presentation
DAR, SAR, CAR picnic, August 2011 Flag Presentation at Caples House, June 2011

 

More Activity Photos

Special Markers placed by Wahkeena Chapter DAR

Wahkeena Falls Marker Laurelhurst Park marker

Drinking fountain of native stone, across the highway from Wahkeena Falls on the old Columbia Highway- "Dedicated to the memory of the pioneers who came down the Columbia River on barges" - 1935

 

Scarlet Oak and marker - Laurelhurst Park - West Entrance (at SE 33rd Ave and Pine) - in conjunction with the Bicentennial of George Washington's birthday, October 1932

 

 

Willamette Ferry Marker
  • Marker, shown on the left, honors James Stephens (1806-1889) who ran the first Willamette River ferry at this site. The marker is located along the west side of the Willamette River seawall directly across from the end of SW Stark Street. There are two additional, non-DAR markers at the site. A re-dedication was held in 1976, as Bicentennial activity

     

  • Marker placed at the old Christian Church in Farmington (Washington County), in honor of Phillip (1808-1890)and Sarah Harris, pioneers of 1845. Marker placed as part of Oregon Trails celebration 1945. The church building was demolished around 1980.

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