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DRT receives honors at state convention

DRT receives honors at state convention
Daughters of the Republic of Texas state convention attendees from the Joshua D. Brown Chapter are (standing, l-r) Harriet Saunders, Tammy Kneuper, Nancy McLarry, Brenda Humphrey, Shirley Pfeiffer, Judy McVay, Trish Broadway, Jaye Lynn Watson, Fayrene Craddock, Martha Batchelor, Brett Santos, Julie Mickits, (seated) Wanda Halmon, and GayNell Wells.

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Seventeen members of the Joshua D. Brown Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas attended the state convention in Addison May 12-14. The theme of the convention was “Celebrating 125 Years of Preserving Texas History.” Representing the chapter were Nancy McLarry, Julie Mickits, Judy McVay, and Deana Dack, all of Boerne; Shirley Pfeiffer, GayNell Wells, Wanda Halmon, Rebecca Kuykendall, Brenda Humphrey, and Harriet Saunders, all of Kerrville; Delores Uribe, Fayrene Craddock, Tammy Kneuper, and Trish Robinson, all of Medina; Jaye Lynn Watson of Alice; Brett Santos of Houston; and Martha Batchelor of Hot Springs Village, Ark. . . .

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