Honoring our Veterans
The Colonel Timothy Pickering Chapter, NSDAR, enjoyed a wonderful meeting in honor of our Vietnam veterans. Brigadier General John N. Dailey, retired U.S. Army, gave a fascinating speech about his 31 years of service in the U.S. Army. Our speaker served two tours of Vietnam and flew over 3,000 combat hours. He is truly an amazing man who has contributed so much to our country and it was an honor to have him as a speaker.
U.S. Army Brigadier General John N. Dailey and several other veterans were honored for their valiant services to our country during the meeting. The Colonel Timothy Pickering Chapter, NSDAR, also collected a large number of donations for the local VA Medical Center and thanks everyone who made a donation; and we continue to support and honor veterans throughout the year.
Our chapter was able to secure a grant from NSDAR to help in the restoration of the Bakers Island Light House in Salem Harbor, Salem, Massachusetts.
Every Memorial Day, the chapter honors the grave of Colonel Timothy Pickering at the Broad St. Cemetery in Salem, Massachusetts, planting flowers and holding graveside exercises.
Another year of The Pickering Players. This year the theme was women heroes of the Revolutionary War.
Our spring fashion show was a success and so much fun!
Clipping coupons for our overseas service members.
Our chapter volunteered to maintain a garden for the Salem Beautification Committee. We are located directly in front of the Nathaniel Hawthorne statue. Barbara made a sign for us to display.
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