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Our June meeting will be held at 6:30 pm on Thursday the 12th, 2018. It will be our annual awards meeting. we also have a special speaker, Mark Demitroff of Stockton University, who will present
Places and Toponyms of Old Hamilton
Fancy a hot toddy at Berrys, ever pick a Black Diamond at Jack Puddin,’ or maybe cross the river on Dower’s Ferry? Yes, you really can get there from here, that is once you know where these local topographical ffeatures are located. Within the bounds of Old Hamilton Township are a myriad of all-but-forgotten settlements and geographical features that commemorate three-hundred years of Hamiltonian resource exploitation.
At our May meeting we inducted Brian Darling into our chapter.
Our October meeting was held at Romanelli's Garden Cafe, Chapter President Norman Goos presented "1st Lt. Jeremiah Leeds: the Quintessential Yeoman Piney". Compatriot Goos also provided the featured handout here.
On April 30th, Chapter President, Norman Goos, reprised his Pinelands Shortcourse "Beaches, Breaches and Bays" at the Atlantic County Historical Society. This presentation can be viewed here with more details comming shortly.
At our April meeting we celebrated compatriot Jim Higbee's 90th.
Some advance notice: Our meeting will be our Chapter awards event. Mark that date on you calendars.
Reminder that all meals are off our special menu that includes, entree, soft drinks, coffee, tea, desert, tax and tip. Cash is required.
On Sunday December 10th, the Gen. Lafayette Chapter, DAR, participated in Wreaths Across America. Patriots interred in Asbury (English's), Old Zion, Blackman's, and Clark's meeting were honored.
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Ken Able, Rutgers' Professor of Marine Biology and Director of the Rutgers' Research Station at Little Egg Inlet was our August speaker presenting
Compatriot Earl Caine was feature prominently in Press of Atlantic City article on the on the new Atlantic County Veterans Museum.
On Saturday, October 7, 2017, a small group of us gathered at Chestnut Neck to remember the 239th Anniversary of the Massacre at Chestnut Neck.
Reminder that we need members for our committees: Membership (maintain membership list, email, phone status, etc.), Meeting (contact with F&E's,New site marker menus, agenda, speakers), Chestnut Neck (maintenance/events), Web site, Facebook, and Publicity (local news orgs). Please consider joining one of these groups. If you have an idea for a committee, let us know.