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DAR marks anniversary with service projects

Oro Fino Chapter Daughters of the America Revolution this week cleaned the Montana Military Museum at Fort Harrison and wrote cards to enclose with Christmas packages for deployed military members as their two projects to celebrate the Oct. 11, 1890, founding of the non-partisan service organization dedicated to perpetuating the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence.

Oro Fino Chapter Daughters of the America Revolution this week cleaned the Montana Military Museum at Fort Harrison this week as part of their anniversary service project. Pictured, denter, Oro Fino Regent Gale Kramlick; left, Barbara Ricker, Eran Rana Saunders, Kathy Dreyer, Kay Roberts, Jane Lee Hamman, Linda Marie Renninger, and Patty Leigh Donoho gather after cleaning the Montana Military Museum.

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Together, Daughters in Montana, across America and around the world are celebrating their ties of service grounded in patriotism and friendship. Local membership is open to all women 18 or older who are descendants of a patriot who supported the effort for Independence. See http://helenadar.weebly.com and DAR.org for more information.

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