Elk Branch shines spotlight on historic church

The Elk Branch Presbyterian Church welcomed members of the Pack Horse Ford chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution on Sept. 6.

Chapter members Betty Ann Lowe and Ann Hunter shared the history of their church and their long-time family connections to the church.

The chapter continues to try to help the community by collecting plastic bottle caps for a cure for cancer, aluminum tabs for the Ronald McDonald House, broken crayons to be recycled into new ones, and cancelled postage stamps for Stamp Camp USA.

The DAR Daughters Team for the American Cancer Society’s Jefferson County Relay for Life earned a bronze award for raising funds for the event this summer. Three chapter members including team leader Polly Wharton, Dorrene Hale and Mary Ann Gageby earned awards.

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