Scottsdale DAR chapter salutes community leader C.A. Howlett

From left, chapter DAR Community Service Awards Chairman, Marcia Jobe; Mr. C.A. Howlett; and chapter regent, Kathy Shields.

From left, chapter DAR Community Service Awards Chairman, Marcia Jobe; Mr. C.A. Howlett; and chapter regent, Kathy Shields.

Scottsdale-chartered Grand Canyon Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution presented the DAR Community Service Award to C.A. Howlett, president of US Airways Community Foundation and chairman of the Phoenix Symphony Association, at its Dec. 13 meeting in Scottsdale.

Mr. Howlett’s community participation includes the dedication of over 300 hours of personal time to preserve the financial vitality of the symphony.

The DAR Community Service Award recognizes outstanding voluntary achievement in cultural, educational, humanitarian, patriotic, benevolent service, or by organizing or participating in community activities.

From left, chapter DAR Community Service Awards Chairman, Marcia Jobe; Mr. C.A. Howlett; and chapter regent, Kathy Shields.

The next chapter luncheon meeting is Jan. 3 at 11:30 a.m., Chaparral Suites, Scottsdale.

The program is “Teddy Roosevelt,” presented by Joe Wiegand, Theodore Roosevelt repriser.

Guests are welcome. For information and reservations contact regent Kathy Shields at 602-820-5427 or dargrandcanyon@gmail.com.

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