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DAR luncheon

Members of the Cricket Hill Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, held their annual luncheon on May 19 at Olivia’s in the Village, Gloucester. Paula Ruffin was recognized by Regent Lynda Lancaster-Loyd with a certificate of appreciation citing her leadership, innovative ideas and dedication to the programs for Cricket Hill DAR. Shown at the luncheon are, from left, Angela Justiss, Blair Racioppi, Becky Morgan, Janet Burgess, Debora Lambert, Frances Ellis, Mary-Alice Emerson, Evelyn Edwards, Colanne Bunting, Gay Pfister, Mary Hunley, Martha Arnold, Mari Gibbs, Kathy Merithew, Judy Walker, Diana Swenson, Paula Ruffin, Mimi Kleintop, and Regent Lynda Lancaster-Loyd; not pictured, Carolyn Hogge. In the other photo, Ruffin, at left, receives her certificate from Lancaster-Loyd.


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