GUILFORD CHAPTER 301, UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, welcomed speaker Lynn Salsi, author and Road Scholar with the North Carolina Humanities Council, to its Tuesday, October 18th meeting. Ms. Salsi, appeared in period dress and spoke about CONFEDERATE WOMEN AS LEADERS AND CEO'S.
The meeting was opened by 2nd Vice President, Linda Reid assisted by Chaplain, Joanne Caldwell.
3rd Vice President, Michele Miller, introduced the speaker and following the program, presented her with a certificate of appreciation. Historian, Christine Distelhorst, presented the President’s Special History Project Vignette. And, Recorder of Military Service Awards, Pamela Hanzaker, served as meeting hostess.
The next chapter meeting will be held at the Greensboro Historical Museum on Tuesday, November 15 at 1:30 PM. During the meeting, Vernon ‘Vern’ Sieg, retired US Marine and rifleman in the Randolph County Honor Guard, will be presented two crosses of military service.