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October National Board of Management meeting in Washington D.C.

State Regent Mary Agnes carries banner during march to the WWII Memorial - image 1State Regent Mary Agnes 
carries banner during march to the WWII Memorial - image 2State Regent Mary Agnes carries banner during march to the WWII Memorial - image 3

We had wonderful weather for the October National Board of Management meetings in Washington, D.C. In fact, it was in the 90's a couple of days. We were advised we had the opportunity to greet veterans on an Honor Flight at the World War II Memorial so we marched en masse the two blocks from DAR National Headquarters to the Memorial. It turned out that the Honor Flight was from Texas and it was wonderful because our own President General Young is from Texas. The President General asked LtCol (USA(Ret) Jennifer Minus and me to carry the banner in front of her and the First Vice President General Ann Dillon. It was quite an honor. Unfortunately, the Honor Flight arrived late and did not disembark at the Memorial, but the President General and members of the Texas Delegation who drove down from the Hill were able to board and say hello to all the veterans. The rest of us stood outside the bus waving flags and singing. It was quite moving.


Photo credits:

Esther Hobart Morris Statue: adapted from Matthew Trump, "Wyoming Capitol Morris Statue" May 31, 2005 via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution.

Grand Teton National Park: adapted from National Park Service, "Jackson Lake".