Local Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter hosts holiday luncheon

From left to right: Carmen Wendt, regent; Jean Howell, honorary regent; Katie Paulsen, honorary regent; Betty Holt; Diane Ayers; Betty Heenan; and Yvonne Henricks. (Submitted Photo)

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Grand Canyon Chapter had its Dec. 1 Holiday Luncheon — Silent Auction at the McCormick Resort, 7700 E. McCormick Parkway in Scottsdale.

The program featured Rosie’s House with music students and Alison Hartstock, director, as well as a Silent Auction including holiday decor, baked goods and gift items, according to a press release.

Carol McDermott, Service to America chairman, presented an award to member Katie Paulsen for volunteering 85 hours to the community in November.

This month, the chapter will be represented at the Dec. 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day at Wesley Bolin Plaza and Dec. 15 laying of wreathes at Veterans National Cemetery in Phoenix.

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