Astoria's Daughters of the American Revolution visit Hammond school

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{caption}The Astoria chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented an assembly on Jan. 6 at the Anchor Christian Academy in Hammond to bring awareness of the nation’s 250th birthday in 2026. Members were dressed in patriotic costumes honoring George Washington, Betsy Ross, Revolutionary War soldiers and colonial women. Teachers and students were given educational, patriotic-themed gifts and refreshments. Pictured, from left, Nini Walker, Sue Glen, Sandra Fuller, school principal Elisa Scull, Evelyn Laughman and Kathy Jo Sunseri.{/caption}

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