DAR gets proper

ictured above, from left, is Nancy Crowther, Regent of the Beaufort chapter; Mrs. Altman; and Lydia Hudsick, Regent from Bluffton.

The Thomas Heyward, Jr. Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution together with the Emily Geiger Chapter from Bluffton was pleased to entertain the South Carolina State DAR Regent Marilyn Altman at their April meeting. Mrs. Altman is a resident of Georgetown. Also in attendance was the incoming State Vice Regent Mary Ann Compher of the William Hilton Chapter, Hilton Head Island. A program about “Tea Etiquette” featured the history of afternoon tea with descriptions of proper courtesies, refreshments, and service. A reception afterward gave the chapter members a chance to meet with the honored guests.

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