Daughters of the American Revolution welcomes two new members

Courtesy photo Brenda Tibbetts of Garden and Chari Johnson of Laurium are the newest members of the Onagomingkway Chapter, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, which serves the western part of the Upper Peninsula in patriotic, educational and historic preservation endeavors. Both ladies trace their ancestry back to a patriot of the American Revolution. Chaplain Keitha Callanan of Marquette, right, performed the ceremony at the Peter White Library Saturday, April 13.

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Brenda Tibbetts of Garden and Chari Johnson of Laurium are the newest members of the Onagomingkway Chapter, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, which serves the western part of the Upper Peninsula in patriotic, educational and historic preservation endeavors. Both ladies trace their ancestry back to a patriot of the American Revolution. Chaplain Keitha Callanan of Marquette, right, performed the ceremony at the Peter White Library Saturday, April 13.

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