The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Ensign Thomas Huling Chapter meeting begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse in the Legends Room.

Annette Lucksinger will speak about “Our Magnificent Constitution.”

Killeen Mayor Dan Corbin is scheduled to present a proclamation declaring the week of Sept. 17 as Constitution Week.  

The cost to attend the meeting is $13 per person and includes lunch.

Members are reminded to bring their yearbook for updating; toiletries and quilts for veterans; and box tops, printer cartridges, older cellphones, and Campbell’s soup UPC symbols for Daughters of the American Revolution schools.

The restaurant is at 3403 E. Central Texas Expressway, Killeen.

Anyone interested in attending the meeting or becoming a member is asked to contact Loretta Woehrle at (254) 698-6252 or

Contact Teresa Tankersley at or (254)501-7542

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Happy to hear that the DAR will be commemorating our Constitution by remembering the Glory in which it was written and instilled for the citizens of the country.
God knows its been put assunder recently by some of our politicians who took an oath and are suppose to be working under it in the name of the citizens of the country.
Any and All should also read the connecting Decoration of Indenpendence that was issued to King George by the forefathers,The citizens would have some of the same complaints even in this day.
The Constitution was written for the people's benefit and is not a living document to be rewritten by a few as some seem to think. But protected in the stance it was written .

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