The Rebecca Boyce Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met for their annual Christmas luncheon on Monday, Dec. 16 at the Ellis County Woman’s Building.
Regent Beverly McCullough welcomed the 36 members and guests. Karen Esberger entertained the women by playing familiar Christmas music on the piano. After the luncheon, Regent McCullough delighted the ladies with “Stories of Christmas Past.” Each member was asked to submit a story of their favorite Christmas memory or share a typical Christmas in their past.
The hostesses for the meeting were Sylvia Smith, Karen Esberger, Mary Lyons and Nancy Cannaday. The next meeting will be the Annual Business Meeting at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13 at the Ellis County Woman’s Building. The program will be “Washington’s Second Crossing” presented by Jim Templin of Ennis. Templin is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.