Members of the Governor William Paca Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution met recently at Tudor Hall fo a tour. Pictured are, first row from left, Barbara Adams, outgoing chaplain; Lucy Slaich, librarian; Dotty Meyer, historian ;and Emily Andrews, past regent; second row from left, Ginny Carlin, registrar; and Elizabeth Wittstadt, treasurer; third row from left: Amy Fritz, regent; and Dot Czisny, corresponding secretary; and fourth row from left, Carolyn Raff, vice regent; and Leda Behseresht, recording secretary. (June 10, 2013)

The Governor William Paca Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, recently met at Tudor Hall to announce its new officers for the next two years.

Jill Redding, who is also a Tudor Hall docent, gave a short tour and arranged a delicious meal. The program was a film about the Battle of Brooklyn on Aug. 27, 1776, when 400 Maryland soldiers fought and died in the largest and bloodiest battle until Yorktown and from which originated Maryland's nickname "Old Line State."

DAR is a patriotic lineage society that strongly supports the veterans, the Constitution and National Defense. DAR also supports four schools, awards scholarships for good citizenship and for the Harford County Outstanding American History Teacher of the Year. A prospective DAR member must prove unbroken lineage to a patriot or soldier in the Revolutionary War and DAR supports a large genealogical library in Washington D.C. that is open to the public for a small fee.

For DAR information call 410-879-9503; for Tudor hall information call 443-619-0008.

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