Five members of the Samuel Doak Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution gathered at First United Methodist Church of Morristown’s prayer garden for the DAR Day of Prayer on Sunday, Oct. 11. Pictured from left: Nancy Broughton, Regent Carol Long, Chaplain Linda Triplett, Barbara Baker and Charlotte McEntire.
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