A regular meeting of the Teha Lanna Chapter NSDAR was called to order by Regent Dottie Corbin at 2:10 p.m. Sept. 20 at the home of Anita Lane. The opening ritual included pledges to both the American and Texas flags and reciting of the American's Creed and Preamble to the Constitution. Prayer was offered by Anita Lane, Chapter Chaplain.

Dottie Corbin read the President General's message. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Dianne Day and approved as read. Judy McNeill gave the Treasurer's report. Eloise Horak presented a genealogy tip. A brief business meeting followed. The Chapter welcomed new member, Mary Curtis. Members received new yearbooks. Donations were collected for the military Community Christmas Box Project. The program celebrating Constitution week was cancelled due to the speaker's illness.

Refreshments were served to attending members Elizabeth Cook, Dottie Corbin, Mary Curtis, Dianne Day, Eloise Horak, Anita Lane and Judy McNeill.

The meeting adjourned at 3:30 p.m. The next meeting will be at noon Oct. 18 in Granbury at The Point located in The Watermark. The program will feature the history and preservation of Granbury.

Daughters of the American Revolution are dedicated to the promotion of historic preservation, education and patriotism. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the DAR can contact Dottie Corbin at 968-4510 or Linda Bowden at 968-6880.