Knoxville Chapter

The Knoxville Chapter was organized April 12, 1954, by organizing regent, Mrs. James H. Burke. The chapter celebrated 65 wonderful years in 2019. We meet on the 4th Wednesday in October, January, March and May at 10:30 a.m. at Fox Den Country Club.

We are a patriotic, historical and educational society. Some of our yearly activities include awarding medals, certificates and donations to JROTC cadets at two local high schools and to an Army and Air Force ROTC cadet at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and by supporting our local USO with snack care packages. Our package in 2019 was more than 16 lbs. of “goodies.”

During the three-year term of our current national president our chapter has supported her project by purchasing copies of a book, “Colonial Klaus in Thomas Jefferson’s House”. The chapter has donated three copies of this book to the local library system and members and friends have purchased copies for their personal use.

Chapter Regent: Becky Harper
Chapter Vice Regent: Ruth Ann Fowler
Chapter Chaplain: Suzanne Emery
Chapter Secretary: Pat Chambers
Chapter Treasurer: Julia Springer
Chapter Registrar: Julia Springer
Chapter Historian: Barbara McCoin
Chapter Librarian: Barbara McCoin
Parliamentarian: Carolyn Nelson

Chapter programs for the 2019-2020 year:
October 23, 2019 – Lynn Fox “Ladies of Tennessee Past and Present”
January 22, 2020 – Joan Helton “Quilting, Yesterday and Today”
March 25, 2020 – Anne M. McKinney, Attorney-At-Law, “What My Family Should Know”
May 27, 2020 – Tommy Jordan “Early Settlers of Knox County”

Attendees

Donating the Colonial Klaus book, from left: Julia Springer, Becky Harper, Susan Poorbaugh, and Eleanor Meisenheimer.

 

Attendees

January chapter meeting speaker Joan Helton, right, and Knoxville Chapter member Linda Simons, with one of Joan's quilts she brought for her talk on Quilting, Yesterday and Today.

 

Attendees

Knoxville Chapter Officers for 2018-2021: Seated, from left: Becky Harper, Regent; and Julia Springer, Treasurer and Registrar. Standing, from left: Ruth Ann Fowler, 1st Vice Regent; Suzann Emery, Chaplain; and Pat Chambers, Recording and Corresponding Secretary.

Attendees

Chapter Historian Barbara McCoin.

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