Pam Galbreth of the Bedford County School District spoke on education during the recent meeting of the Shelby Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
There were many questions asked, and the group learned a lot about the changes that have taken place in education over the years. Many DAR members have worked with the education system and have young relatives who will be attending schools in the fall. This was an interesting meeting for the members.
The Shelby Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has been fortunate to have Charles Ferrell, the husband of a member, spend countless hours helping the chapter with chores. Ferrell was named as Husband of DAR of the Year (HODAR). In front, from left, are: Dot Osteen, Lorraine Foster, Westelle Giles, Mary Lynn Prince and guest Gayle Parsons. Standing in middle row are: Vickie Lilly; Lita York; Faye Windham; Marie Parsons; Elise Troupe; Alene Hall; guest speaker Pam Galbreth and Shelby Chapter Regent Dixie Parker. In back row are: Linda Pitts; Cynthia Ferrell; Gay Mixon; Roxanna Francesconi; Margaret Jarrell and Emily Bartlett.