NH Club Briefs: DAR members attend Cathedral of Pines service
DAR members attend Cathedral of Pines service
RINDGE — Phyllis Gagnon, regent of the New Hampshire State Organization of Daughters of the American Revolution, welcomed DAR members from across the nation to her state regent’s banquet on Aug. 8 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War.
On Aug. 9, the members gathered for the 67th annual DAR service at the Cathedral of the Pines hosted by state DAR chaplain Dot Howard, followed by a luncheon at the Hidden Hills banquet hall.
For more about the DAR, contact corresponding secretary Pat Holt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amherst club plans annual rummage sale
AMHERST — The Amherst Junior Women’s Club plans its annual rummage sale from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., including a bag sale from noon to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, at the VFW in Milford, 1 VFW Way.
This is the one activity the club sponsors to raise money in support of charitable activities throughout the year.
The club is accepting donations of gently used items for the sale. Key categories are clothing, household items, toys, sporting goods, books, CDs and furniture.
“This sale is famous for collecting wonderful items and offering them at great savings,” said Linda Fraser, co-chairman for the event.
Those interested in donating should contact Linda at 672-3400 or Cheryl at 424-6512 to arrange for storage of the items.
The club is an organization of women who volunteer their time and talent to enhance the community. Members focus their efforts on civic needs, educational advancement and those less fortunate. The club says its goals are achieved not only through the efforts of members, but with the assistance of businesses, organizations and individuals. For more about the club, go to www.amherstjuniors.org.
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