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DAR Sego Lily Chapter installs new officers

Jun 09, 2022 10:31AM ● By Becky Ginos

 CENTERVILLE––The Sego Lily Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has announced its new officers who were recently elected to serve a two-year term beginning in June. Utah State Regent Kathryn Asay installed the officers at the May chapter meeting. 

The 2022-2024 officers are Chapter Regent Bronwyn Evans, Vice Regent Rebecca Wheelwright, Chaplain Jill Dewsnup, Recording Secretary Sally Tanner, Treasurer Cindy Toone, Registrar Judy Barking, Historian/Librarian Christine Schultz and Director Belinda Barking. 

“We want to bring more awareness to DAR’s work in Davis County,” said Evans. “We enjoy serving and honoring our military and their families, donating to underserved students and fostering citizenship and patriotism in the community through educational programs like Constitution Week.”

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a nonprofit, nonpolitical volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism. Local chapters in the United States and other nations serve their communities guided by the same principles as the founders established in 1890. 

Organized in Davis County in 1974, the Sego Lily Chapter provides service to veterans and active military personnel; promotes patriotism, citizenship and scholarship in schools and the community; and encourages historic preservation through community opportunities and genealogical projects. 

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