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On Friday, July 22, at 10 AM in Green Hill Cemetery we had a Grave Marking Ceremony for John Pritchett Hodnett.  He was the son of Major W. T. Sutherlin’s sister. Some of the ladies wore black period attire. This was our first grave marking this year. Unfortunately, it was very hot that day so not as many people as we would have hoped attended.

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Judy showing the ladies of the 944 Chapter the paler of the mansion.

The beautiful ladies from Graham 944 Chapter that visited

Everyone resting and enjoying refreshments after the first half of the tour.

On Tuesday, July 26th, at 11:00 AM we had the Graham 944 Chapter visiting our chapter room and taking a tour of the museum.  Several of our members and prospective members were present to meet these ladies. Arrangements were made with the museum and Judy Strauser handled the tour.  There was a table for some light refreshments set up by Vernell Gwynn. She and other members brought ice water and several finger foods. This was their field trip and we had about 8 of their members attending. Everyone was wonderful and we also expressed interest in having a field trip to the Graham area in the future.

Guest to the Chapter room