Helen Crawford Marsh was presented the Women in American History Award and a lei from the Aloha Chapter, DAR of Honolulu. From left are Shelby Chapter Regent Dixie Parker, Helen Marsh and Cynthia Ferrell.
Helen Crawford Marsh was presented the Women in American History Award and a lei from the Aloha Chapter, DAR of Honolulu, Hawaii, during DAR's meeting on March 27.
Marsh has authored and co-authored with her husband Timothy Marsh over 35 books on the history and genealogy of Tennessee.
After two courthouse fires in Bedford County, the Marshes saw the need to preserve what was left. They have collected many family histories/genealogical materials that have been bound and housed at the Argie Cooper Public Library.
Mary Lynn Prince was given her 30-year DAR membership anniversary certificate by her daughter, Shelby Chapter Second Vice Regent Marilyn Lewis. Prince has been a very active member and held the office of recording secretay several times and second vice regent at least twice.
Shelby Chapter Regent Dixie Parker, left, presents "Conservation & Environment" guest speaker David Clark with a handmade gift by Cynthia Ferrell, right. The luncheon was held at the Riverbend Country Club on March 27.
Mary Lynn Prince was given her 30 year DAR Membership Anniversary Certificate by her daughter, Shelby Chapter 2nd Vice Regent Marilyn Lewis.
Seated from left to right are; Dot Osteen, Lorraine Foster, Mary Lynn Prince and Dixie Parker. Standing on first row are Cynthia Ferrell, Elise Troupe, Linda Pitts, Marilyn Lewis, Westelle Giles, Sherry Sorrells and Vickie Lilly. On the 2nd row are Alene Hall, Judy Hornaday, Ardis Caffey, Gay Mixon, Roxanna Francesconi, Lita York, Marie Parsons and Martha Watt.