Among the passengers, they have three ancestors:
George Soule, Stephen Hopkins and Constance Hopkins.
They sat in the Utah box on opening night. Thanks for the great report!
First, we made a poster for the Valor House saying, “Thank you!” to our Veterans.
Then we visited The Wentworth Assisted Living Community and gave the residents Halloween gifts to spread some holiday cheer.
Jacque Jacobs, director of Jacque’s Preschool received the “Americanism Award” from the Princess Timpanogos Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on May 22, 2014. Judy, Princess Timpanogos Regent, presented the award to Jacque Jacobs and her staff at the preschool. Shirley, Utah State Regent also attended the award presentation.
DAR supports endeavors in the following three areas: education, patriotism and historical preservation. This award recognized the preschool’s outstanding teaching of patriotism to its students and the staff’s continual recognition of veterans in the community.
C.A.R. Senior officers
C.A.R. members enjoyed a BBQ after the C.A.R. meeting.
C.A.R. members rehearsed their color guard march for the upcoming Utah DAR State Conference in April, 2014.
The C.A.R. members outside with a great photo op eagle statue
We look forward to seeing more C.A.R. members join us in 2013-2014!
All lined up to bring the flags in.
Processing in and around the room
Getting situated in the right spots
Standing at attention during the opening ritual
Our C.A.R. members did a great job at practice and we can’t wait to see them during the Utah State DAR conference!