The Dodge City NSDAR met on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2008 in a joint meeting with KSDAR chapters from Byrd Prewitt, Ulysses, Cimarron River Valley, Liberal and William Wilson and Garden City.  Twenty-six members and friends attended the meeting.


The Dodge City NSDAR met on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2008 in a joint meeting with KSDAR chapters from Byrd Prewitt, Ulysses, Cimarron River Valley, Liberal and William Wilson and Garden City.  Twenty-six members and friends attended the meeting.
    Special guests were Shirley Coupal, State Regent, Sammy Cope, Honorary State Regent and Judith Adams, State Historian.
    Jacqualine Dunham, Junior American Citizen had handouts of JAC Contest Material.  For DAR Service for Veterans, she had taken 74  gift bags for veterans to the Kansas Soldiers Home on Nov. 11.
    After a "Getting to Know Us" session, Shirley Coupal had a slide presentation of her State Regent's, "Adopt a Stone."  Funds for this project will be used to restore, stabilize and preserve the Santa Fe Trail DAR markers for future generations to study and enjoy our Kansas heritage.  Ford County has six of the 89 markers installed along the trail nearly 100 years ago.  Regent Coupal received several generous gifts for her project.