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Washington State DAR Regent Julie Pittman today received the Department of Defense Certificate of Appreciation at the National DAR Congress in Washington D.C.
Julie led the 38 Washington State DAR Chapters during her term 2017-2018, in providing recognition certificates and lapel pins to many hundreds of Vietnam War veterans here, to recognize their service at the National 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Vietnam War.
In addition:
Julie’s ‘Regent Project’ was to place nine granite benches at several hallowed veteran grounds in Washington State and at the DAR’s National HQs - Constitution Hall in D.C.
Her honor is well deserved.
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Beg to report:
This week DAR delegates from all 50 state Societies, representing some 186,000 Daughters have met in their CONSTITUTION HALL at Washington D.C. for their annual CONGRESS.
Our Washington DAR is well known and highly respected at Congress. Look closely and you may find your local DAR state or chapter leader among these delegates of the Washington Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Located a stone's throw from the White House, The DAR Constitution Hall is the largest indoor venue in D.C. Several thousand Daughters meet in Congress to address the programs and business of the National Society.
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Report from the Field, Parkland, 16th instant:

Alexander Hamilton Chapter SAR is privileged to present two awards to the leaders of our sister Chapter, Mary Ball DAR.

1. The SAR Martha Washington Medal was presented to Regent Lee Gentemann for her strong and continued support of our Alexander Hamilton Chapter and the Washington SAR. For the past four years Regent Lee has brought our two chapters and the WA SAR Color Guard together for many public events. See her picture caption for details.

2. Incoming Regent of Mary Ball Chapter Pamela Gassman was presented with the SAR Outstanding Citizenship Award for her participation in many important SAR and DAR and community events. Pam has graciously and freely given of her talents as an expert seamstress, an accomplished artist and a living historian. See her picture caption for details.
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Report from the Field - Olympia, 8th instant.

“[Washington DAR & SAR] Dedicated the marker honoring women veterans this morning at the beautiful Heritage Park in Olympia on the capitol campus. Thank you Sacajawea Chapter. . . . The SAR DAR Color Guard and Fife & Drum Corps did an outstanding job. Joan Peters eloquently spoke on women veterans sacrifices. . . . Honoring our Viet Nam veterans during the ceremony increased our appreciation to all veterans.”
- WSSDAR Regent Julie Pittman
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