Jauflione Chapter NSDAR met in regular session on Friday January 4th, 2019 at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church Hospitality Room. The meeting was opened in ritualistic form by Regent Debbie Kauk. Roll call, A Favorite Health Food, was answered by 9 members and 1 Children of the American Revolution member. Those attending were Nelda Billups, Verlee Dauma, JoAnn Rood, Mary Morgan, Connie Bratton, Reta Stott, Debbie Kauk, Patricia Miller, Katie Miller, and Ann Luther.
All members participated in the opening ritual led by Regent Kauk. President General’s message was read by Regent Kauk. National Defense message, “Drones Can Pose a Threat to National Security” was read by Patricia Miller. Indian Minute read by Katie Miller was a report on “Indian Chief Uncas.” Constitution Minute read by Verlee Dauma was a report on “The Election of George Washington.”
The Treasurer’s Report prepared by Kathy Kiddoo was read by Regent Kauk.
The Registrar Report was given by Patricia Miller. At this time Patricia is not working on any new membership applications.
Regent Kauk gave a report on the December Christmas Luncheon. The December meeting was held at Keith’s Café. There were 13 members present as well as 4 guests. Jauflione Chapter was honored to announce the Good Citizen Award went to Adam Slayton. The staff from Scotland County R1 High School chose Adam as he exhibits qualities of
Good Citizenship, Dependability, Leadership, and Patriotism. Congratulations Adam.
Regent Kauk thanked everyone for all the gifts collected for the Veterans at the Scotland County Care Center.
Jauflione Chapter Ladies also donated items for the Veterans living in the Veterans Home in Mexico Mo. June Kice, Rhonda and Billy Davis delivered these items to Veteran’s Home in time for the items to be used for the Christmas Party White Elephant drawing.
Regent Kauk reminded everyone that they can enter their volunteer hours at the “Service to America” on line tally on the NSDAR website.
Verlee Dauma asked for Book donations be made to Scotland Co. Library in memory of Mary Dauma, Marlene Cowell, and Virginia McCabe. Verlee presented a list of books the Scotland County Library wants to purchase. A memorial label will be placed in the front of the cover of each book purchased.
Regent Kauk announced that the Missouri State Conference will be held in Columbia Mo. on April 3rd – 7th 2019. Anyone interested in going should contact Regent Kauk and plans will be made at the Feb. meeting.
Alisa Kiger gave a very interesting presentation on Scotland County Hospital updates. Some of the specialists added to the hospital are: Neurologist, Pain Management, Urology, Cancer treatments, and a Male Family Practice physician.
Meeting was adjourned.
Delicious refreshments were served by Reta Stott and Connie Bratton. Social hour was enjoyed by all.