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DAR participates in Fourth of July parade

11:08 AM, Jul. 26, 2013  |  Comments
Barbara Jordanger, from left, Fred Abler, Michele Abler, Beverly West, Lakin Denne'e (in fire truck), Judy Mason, Shirley Multhauf and Chapter Regent Karen Trzebiatowski. Not pictured is Richard Trzebiatowski.
Barbara Jordanger, from left, Fred Abler, Michele Abler, Beverly West, Lakin Denne'e (in fire truck), Judy Mason, Shirley Multhauf and Chapter Regent Karen Trzebiatowski. Not pictured is Richard Trzebiatowski.
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Members of the Stevens Point Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and their husbands, or HODARs, honored their heritage by participating in the annual Fourth of July parade in Stevens Point.

Riding in a 1957 fire engine owned by Dick Anderson, was Lakin Denne'e, a member of the Thomas Omans Society, Children of the American Revolution, which is sponsored by the Stevens Point Chapter. Wearing a tri-corn hat, much in style at the time of the Revolution, he rang the bell of the fire truck as the parade progressed.

Chapter members and their husbands, Barbara Jordanger, Fred Abler, Michele Abler, Beverly West, Judy Mason, Shirley Multauf, Karen Trzebiatowski and Richard Trzebiatowski handed out American flags along the parade route. A total of 2,240 American flags were given to eager spectators as the parade passed.

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