National Society Daughters of the American Revolution's local chapter member, Jo Levery, places a memorial wreath at the Rock located at Sparta High School. This plaque that honors Randolph County Revolutionary War Veterans was originally placed by NSDAR in 1924.
Chapter Regent of Liberty Bell of the West Chapter presented the Good Citizen's Essay Winner, Kaitlyn Hammel at Trico High School's Senior Award Night. Senior's from all Randolph County high schools submitted essays for this year's National Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest and Kaitlyn's was chosen as the winner. Kaitlyn's essay will be submitted next to NSDAR Illinois State's essay contest.
Pictured are(RtoL) Doug Hammel, Kathy Hammel, Kaitlyn Hammel and Lori Hill of Steeleville.
This last Sunday National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated spring with their Bi-annual Pierre Menard clean up day. Members cleaned out the historical herb garden and grounds around the home. Pictured are(LtoR) Regent Lori Hill and Emily Lyons. For more information about NSDAR please see our website darlibertybell.weebly.com
National Society Daughters of the Revolution's local Liberty Bell of the West Chapter had seven members attend the Illinois State Conference held in Bloomington IL over this last weekend. Attendees were (LtoR) Regent Lori Hill of Steeleville, Chaplain Joan Montroy of Ellis Grove, Donitta Butler of Chester, Marcia Ellison of Chester, Emily Lyons of Chester, Vice Regent Shanti M Kennedy of Chester and Andrea Constilow of Chester.
The NSDAR Illinois State Conference wraps up the year for members for the season until next September. If you are interested in joining NSDAR please contact us through our website at darlibertybell.weebly.com