SUBMITTED PHOTO The Mary Bryan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) celebrated its 40th anniversary with state leaders at a luncheon at Logan’s Roadhouse in Greenwood earlier this year. Special guests are, from left, seated, Carolyn Johnston, state regent Charlotte Blair, chapter regent Carolyn Ferraro, honorary state regent JoAn Nichols, chapter vice regent Lathena Vogel and chapter corresponding secretary Cathy Pollachek; back row, standing, chapter members, recording secretary Jackie Finney, Lindy Smith, treasurer Pam Clements, Mary Sullivan, registrar Vicki Kurtz, Barbara Teepe, Sharon LaMon, chaplain Vicki Jordal, Mary Ann Polk, Sandy Baughn and Christine Kroll. Also attending were five visiting chapter regents and prospective members. The DAR is a lineage-based membership service organization for women who are directly descended from a person who was involved in the American Revolutionary War. It is a non-profit group that promotes historic preservation, education and patriotism. The Mary Bryan Chapter has been involved in the Greenwood community since 1979.
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