The Michael Trebert Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution inducted 13 new members during a hybrid meeting in September. Pictured on the far left, is Regent Judy Tordini, and new members, standing, left to right, Diane Cox, Kristine Konopaski, Janet Abbott, Joan Bennett, Erika Burton, Pat Chambers, Greta Christianson, Amira-Lee Salavati, Lee McGill and sitting, left to right, Sandra Ristow, Nan Heathers. Not pictured are Susie Johnson and Meg Best, who took their oaths via Zoom.

The Michael Trebert Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution inducted 13 new members during a hybrid meeting in September. Pictured on the far left, is Regent Judy Tordini, and new members, standing, left to right, Diane Cox, Kristine Konopaski, Janet Abbott, Joan Bennett, Erika Burton, Pat Chambers, Greta Christianson, Amira-Lee Salavati, Lee McGill and sitting, left to right, Sandra Ristow, Nan Heathers. Not pictured are Susie Johnson and Meg Best, who took their oaths via Zoom.

Daughters of the American Revolution induct new members

The Michael Trebert Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, inducted 13 new members during a hybrid meeting in September.

Pictured, far left, is the chapter’s regent, Judy Tordini, and new members, standing, left to right, Diane Cox, Kristine Konopaski, Janet Abbott, Joan Bennett, Erika Burton, Pat Chambers, Greta Christianson, Amira-Lee Salavati, Lee McGill, and sitting, left to right, Sandra Ristow, Nan Heathers.

Not pictured are Susie Johnson and Meg Best, who took their oaths via Zoom.

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