Conyers DAR Chapter celebrates its 90th birthday.
Members of the Colonel John McIntosh Chapter of Conyers, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, celebrated the chapter’s 90th anniversary at a luncheon held at the Honey Creek Golf and Country Club. The chapter was organized on Oct. 11, 1921. Members attending the luncheon were: seated from left, Dot Helms, Dianne Passmore, Fran Passmore, Janet Skelton, State Regent Sally Baldwin, Becky Rostron, Sara Frances Hall, Joyce O’Malley; standing from left, Pat Rogers, Marty Ross, Enid Hanson, Beth Andersen, Alice Walker, Carol Buhler, Linda Rutecky, Cynthia Overcash, Jennine Rickard, Beth Johnston, Mary Hubert, Judy Bond, Marsha Rose, Sylvia Parish, Rosemary Grimes, Margaret Simmons and Joanna Wheelus. Among the chapter’s accomplishments was the placement, in 1924, of a granite boulder on the Hightower Trail in Rockdale County marking the historic American Indian path.