The George Morton Chapter of Colonial Dames of XVII met in North Platte at Another Round Golf Course on Saturday, June 1 for one of the three yearly meetings.
Eight members and six guests were present.
Judy Mori, Sandee Spicer and Molly O’Holleran represented the John Howland Chapter from Omaha. Kay Tarr, Mary Agler and Kimberly Ouderkirk were prospective members.
The next meeting will be Oct. 5 and members will assemble personal care packs for veterans.
Anyone interested in genealogy, Coat of Arms, or Colonial History is welcome to attend.
Pictured, from left: Ex-chapter president Marge Bader of Johnson Lake; Molly O’Holleran of North Platte; chapter chaplain Linda Mins of Lexington; Ex-state president and chapter librarian Sheri Ward of Lexington; Kimberly Ouderkirk of Chadron; State president Judy Mori of Omaha; Kay Tarr of North Platte; Chapter president Ann Petersen of Chadron; Chapter treasurer Darlene Hall of Mullen; Chapter secretary Jackie Ohlmann of Lexington; Ex-National Organizing Secretary General, Chapter registrar and Chapter parliamentarian Cheryl Clark of Elwood; Mary Agler of North Platte; Chapter historian Kathy Metzger of Lexington; and Sande Spicer of Papillion.