Organizations: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

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The new officers are shown seated from left to right: Sally Smith, past vice regent of the Havasu chapter; Marianne Huffer, corresponding secretary; Minnie Mouse, Patriotic American mascot for the day; Heather Huntington, vice regent; Kirsten Wilson, regent; Janelle Hudson, recording secretary; Ruth Zimmerman, treasurer. Other new officers not pictured include: Robin Nicely, registrar; Jeanne Folck, historian; and Maureen Kronemeyer, chaplain. Members in the back row are (from left to right) Jayne Seieroe, Louise Miller, Grace Van Horn, Coralee Cox, Barbara Gates (associate member), Lucille Sunde, Andi Multer, Kim Casey, Carroll Kite, Joan Jordan, Toni Hupp, Jen Hurst and Angie Sills. Members not pictured: Christine Lawson. Peggy Hamm, Anise Wight, Arde Buck, Grace Bristol, Jamie Zorn, Nancy Slone, Julie McCoy, Gloria Dukeshire and Vicki Foster. At the recent May meeting, featuring Americana and patriotic themes and activities, new officers were selected for the Kingman chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Any woman 18 years or older who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution is eligible for membership in this genealogical society. For information contact the chapter website, lewiskingman.arizonadar.org, or email kingmanregent@yahoo.com.