The new officers of the Cary chapter of the DAR Asbury Station were sworn in. From left: Regent Marilyn Butler, vice regent Jane Spanton, chaplain Betty Kluttz, secretary Evelyn Pettinelli, treasurer Mary Lee Tatum, secretary Ann Morgan, registrar Ann Brosnahan and historian Jan Gorham.
The new officers of the Cary chapter of the DAR Asbury Station were sworn in. From left: Regent Marilyn Butler, vice regent Jane Spanton, chaplain Betty Kluttz, secretary Evelyn Pettinelli, treasurer Mary Lee Tatum, secretary Ann Morgan, registrar Ann Brosnahan and historian Jan Gorham. COURTESY OF DAR ASBURY STATION CHAPTER/CARY
The new officers of the Cary chapter of the DAR Asbury Station were sworn in. From left: Regent Marilyn Butler, vice regent Jane Spanton, chaplain Betty Kluttz, secretary Evelyn Pettinelli, treasurer Mary Lee Tatum, secretary Ann Morgan, registrar Ann Brosnahan and historian Jan Gorham. COURTESY OF DAR ASBURY STATION CHAPTER/CARY

Club Notes: Sept. 10

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