Grand Canyon Chapter NSDAR steps back in time

The Grand Canyon Chapter National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution held a meeting-luncheon earlier this month at The Scottsdale Resort.

The program, “Parasols and Petticoats,” included a Victorian-era fashion show with reflections of the lifestyles of the times.

In the photo above, from left are, Carmen Wendt, vice regent; Susan Von Hellens, regent; Cindy Freehauf, mistress of ceremonies; and Elizabeth Weir, chapter member, dressed as a Harvey Girl.

The March meeting will include the chapter’s awards luncheon and held Saturday, March 3 at The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, 7700 E. McCormick Parkway.

The program will be by Linda D. Brett, granddaughter of a World War II veteran.


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