Chapter Regent

Katherine Thomasson

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Pocahontas Chapter
National Society Daughters of the American Colonists
Richmond, Virginia
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Meetings

††††††††† Our Chapter meets four times a year on the second Thursday of† September, November, January and May, in Henrico County.† Meetings, which begin at 11:30 a.m.,† consist of opening patriotic exercises, chapter business, a catered luncheon, and an interesting program on a historic or patriotic subject.

 

Service to Our Society

††††††††† Our members contribute genealogical research materials and personal support to our National Organizationís Library and to libraries around the State of Virginia.†

††††††††† Over the years, eight Chapter members have served as Virginia State Regent.††

†††††††††††† Our Regent Katherine Thomasson serves as Virginia State Society Recording Secretary.

 

Education

††††††††† Our Chapter encourages and supports students.† We award JROTC Medals to outstanding students at three area high schools:

Atlee High School, Air Force JROTC, Mechanicsville, VA;

Lee-Davis High School, NJROTC, Mechanicsville, VA; and

Varina High School, NJROTC, Richmond, VA.

 

Our National and State Societies
†††††††††† To visit our National Society website, click here.
†††††††††† To visit the Virginia State website, click here.

 

For More Information

††††††††† If you have questions about our work or want to learn more about our Chapter and its activities, click here to send an email to our chapter.

 

 

In Memoriam

Pocahontas Chapter mourns the death of our dear member

Dorothy Gallion

who died

May 29, 2013.

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Welcome to the Pocahontas Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Colonists.† Our Chapter was established in 1922, and we are† committed to furthering the patriotic, historical, and educational objectives of our National Society.