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National Ladies Auxiliary SAR

National Ladies Auxiliary, Sons of the American Revolution

 

 July 2017
City of Knoxville, Sunsphere-Symbol of 1982 Worlds Fair.
 Linda Gaines portrays Rachel Jackson for the program at the Ladies Tea.
 Ladies tea at Cherokee Country Club.
 Ladies tea at Cherokee Country Club.
 First Lady Cilla Tomme speaks about her project to purchase shoes for students.
 Pictured left to right, the newly elected officers of the NLASAR serving through Congress, 2019
Martha Barnhart, President, Linda Ashby, 1st Vice President, Linda Wood, 2nd Vice President, Immediate Past President Karen Powell, Nominating Committee Chair, Betty Franklin, Nancy Alter, 3rd Vice President, Caroline Payne, Secretary, Sonia Maller, Treasurer
 Color Guard processional to the Memorial Service.
 Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Immediate Past President, Kathy Watson(r) pins the new President of the National Ladies Auxiliary, Sons of the American Revolution, Jane Bradley with the Presidents pin after the installation ceremony which was presided over by President General Nathan White at the 117th NSSAR Congress. Earlier that evening, another check from the Ladies Auxiliary was presented to the President General.
 Friday, February 24, 2006
President, Kathy Watson(l) presented a check from the Ladies Auxiliary to President General Roland Downing at the recent NSSAR Leadership meeting Friday night banquet. The money was raised by auxiliary members in support of the Center for Advancing America's Heritage.
 Tuesday, July 5, 2005
Founding President, Linda Moran (r) and Barbara Magerkurth received recognition for their efforts in organizing many of the details of the ladies events and banquets at the SAR Congress.
 Tuesday, July 5, 2005
First Lady, Mary McCarl received a gift from the Ladies Auxiliary at the Glassworks in Louisville. Linda Moran presented her with a set of placemats, napkins and rings in her favorite rooster pattern.
 Friday, February 27, 2004
Anne Donahue Lampman, a discussion of archeological finds at Mount Vernon and the conclusions drawn from the artifacts about the everyday lives of the Washington family, the mansion slaves, the field hands and the overseer's family.
 Saturday, February 28, 2004
Linda Moran, President NLASAR receives congratulations from NSSAR First Lady, Twila Musgrave, for her wonderful presentation on quilts. Linda previewed a number of her quilts to the delight of the audience. The NLASAR is providing an opportunity to win one the quilts at the 114th Annual Congress in Pittsburgh. Voices were sold at the meeting; all proceeds will go to the Center for Advancing America's Heritage.
 Saturday, February 28, 2004
Kathy Watson, 1st Vice President NLASAR accepts a recognition certificate from President General Raymond Musgrave. The certificate honors the NLASAR for their ongoing support of NSSAR.

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