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Ohio Society Colonial Dames 17th Century host workshop

Published: August 28, 2016 12:00 AM
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The Ohio Society Colonial Dames 17th Century hosted a summer workshop at the Holiday Inn in Worthington Aug. 12 and 13.

Three members of the Ezekial Richardson Chapter -- Tallmadge resident Diana Allison, Florida resident Thelma Ola and Cleveland Heights resident Rose McIntyre -- attended the workshop. Speakers presented programs on "Marking an Historic Site," "Cleaning and Marking Gravesites" and "Using Technology to Design a Chapter Facebook or Website."

Rachel Caroline Taylor accompanied by RJ Nestor, pianist, presented a performance which included songs by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Schonberg & Boublin and Leonard Bernstein.

As a Community Outreach Project, six members of the Ezekial Richardson Chapter, CDXVIIC, purchased and prepared brunch for the families at the Ronald McDonald House in Akron.

Hudson-Akron Ezekial Richardson Chapter will meet Oct. 17 at noon at The Venue, 10 Tallmadge Circle, Tallmadge. Dianne Hall Allison will present the program "Tillie Pierce, Civil War."

The NSCDSVIIC is a patriotic, genealogical and heraldry society founded in 1915. It is a national society which supports a library and museum home in Washington D. C. that specializes in 17th Century American data. This national historical group specializes in the preservation of the records and historic sites of the country. The chapter welcomes new members. For information, call Dodd at 330-784-3465.


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