Rebecca Galloway Chapter DAR celebrating founding


Submitted photo The Rebecca Galloway Chapter DAR will celebrate its 125th Anniversary of the DAR founding, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19 at the historic Simon Kenton Inn in Springfield. Members can reservations with Barb Arnold at 864-1046 by the Sept. 15. Simon Kenton moved his family to the Springfield area near today’s Masonic Home after the Revolutionary War and the Battle of Peckuwe, which opened the door for settlers. Kenton’s wife was so impressed with the fertile soil and abundant water that she called the area Springfield and the name stuck. All programs for DAR revolve around area and national history and other patriotic endeavors.


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The Rebecca Galloway Chapter DAR will celebrate its 125th Anniversary of the DAR founding, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19 at the historic Simon Kenton Inn in Springfield. Members can reservations with Barb Arnold at 864-1046 by the Sept. 15. Simon Kenton moved his family to the Springfield area near today’s Masonic Home after the Revolutionary War and the Battle of Peckuwe, which opened the door for settlers. Kenton’s wife was so impressed with the fertile soil and abundant water that she called the area Springfield and the name stuck. All programs for DAR revolve around area and national history and other patriotic endeavors.

Submitted photo The Rebecca Galloway Chapter DAR will celebrate its 125th Anniversary of the DAR founding, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19 at the historic Simon Kenton Inn in Springfield. Members can reservations with Barb Arnold at 864-1046 by the Sept. 15. Simon Kenton moved his family to the Springfield area near today’s Masonic Home after the Revolutionary War and the Battle of Peckuwe, which opened the door for settlers. Kenton’s wife was so impressed with the fertile soil and abundant water that she called the area Springfield and the name stuck. All programs for DAR revolve around area and national history and other patriotic endeavors.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2015/08/web1_place.jpgSubmitted photo The Rebecca Galloway Chapter DAR will celebrate its 125th Anniversary of the DAR founding, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19 at the historic Simon Kenton Inn in Springfield. Members can reservations with Barb Arnold at 864-1046 by the Sept. 15. Simon Kenton moved his family to the Springfield area near today’s Masonic Home after the Revolutionary War and the Battle of Peckuwe, which opened the door for settlers. Kenton’s wife was so impressed with the fertile soil and abundant water that she called the area Springfield and the name stuck. All programs for DAR revolve around area and national history and other patriotic endeavors.