Phoebe Mccue holding flag and Julia Noah holding certificate received from officers at Kandihar Airfield in Afghanistan where the flag was flown.
The Berkeley Plantation Chapter of Colonial Dames XVII Century will hold its next meeting at noon on Friday, May 11, at Stacey's Buffet in Largo. New officers for the 2007-2009 term will be installed by Barbara Card, immediate past state president of Colonial Dames XVII Century. The newly elected officers are: Julia Noah-president, Mary Kitchen-vice president, chaplain-Marilyn Woolman, recording and corresponding secretary-Georgianna Rios, treasurer-Phoebe McCue, registrar-Bette Raup, historian-Mary Alice Gibbs, librarian-Betty Kujawski.
At a recent Spring meeting, Eric Houghton, Dunedin Attorney, presented the program, "William and Mary and More". He discussed the pivotal role in Colonial America and some of the personalities connected with the college. Phoebe McCue and Mary Kitchen reported on the State Conference and the awards received were on display. Phoebe McCue reported on the boxes of comfort items recently sent to the men and women in uniform in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Women who are interested in colonial research and are lineal descendants of an ancestor who lived and served prior to 1701 in one of the original colonies are invited to attend. Call (727) 531-2100 for more information.