Whiteside Station Has Busy Month

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The newly-elected officers for the Whiteside Station Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution are, left to right, Marla Zielinski, first vice regent; Karyn Albers, chaplain; Claudia Asselmeier, regent; Kay Theobald, recording secretary; and Sarah Davis, treasurer.
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While practicing social distancing, August was a busy month for the Whiteside Station Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The ladies gathered Aug. 8 at Waterloo’s Lakeview Park to assemble “A Box of Sunshine” for the Dupo, Columbia and Valmeyer schools. This is a Community Classroom project to aid those who, during the …

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