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The Stephen Elliott Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met recently and introduced this year’s chapter scholarship award winner, Haley Sutcliffe. Miss. Sutcliffe is the daughter of Mrs. Tonya Sutcliffe, granddaughter of Mrs. Lanie Sutcliffe and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Betty Degler, all of St. Helena Island. Miss Sutcliffe is currently attending USCB.

Stephen Elliott Chapter of UDC honors members, student

New United Daughters of the Confederacy members, from left: Nancy Chesnutt, Sharon May, Suzanne Walter with Stephen Elliott Chapter Registrar Laura Beall, and new members Mary Hagy, Mary Severns, Judy Blankenship with Chapter President Judith Ericksen. New members were inducted into the chapter and presented with membership certificates.
New United Daughters of the Confederacy members, from left: Nancy Chesnutt, Sharon May, Suzanne Walter with Stephen Elliott Chapter Registrar Laura Beall, and new members Mary Hagy, Mary Severns, Judy Blankenship with Chapter President Judith Ericksen. New members were inducted into the chapter and presented with membership certificates.
The Stephen Elliott Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met recently and introduced this year’s chapter scholarship award winner, Haley Sutcliffe.  Miss. Sutcliffe is the daughter of Mrs. Tonya Sutcliffe, granddaughter of Mrs. Lanie Sutcliffe and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Betty Degler, all of St. Helena Island. Miss Sutcliffe is currently attending USCB.
The Stephen Elliott Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met recently and introduced this year’s chapter scholarship award winner, Haley Sutcliffe. Miss. Sutcliffe is the daughter of Mrs. Tonya Sutcliffe, granddaughter of Mrs. Lanie Sutcliffe and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Betty Degler, all of St. Helena Island. Miss Sutcliffe is currently attending USCB.

 

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