Darien’s Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter Installs Karen Polett as Regent

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Karen Kreitzberger Polett has been installed as regent of Darien’s Good Wife’s River Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution by Connecticut DAR State Regent Christy Hendrie at a recent ceremony and high tea held at the Country Club of Darien.

— an announcement from the Good Wife’s River Chapter of the DAR

DAR Karen Pollet Regent and others

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From left: Historian,Vigee Droesch; Recording Secretary,Rebecca Siciliano; Treasurer Virginia Otis; Chaplain,Carol Wilder-Tamme; Regent Karen K. Polett, former Regent Nicole Gorman, Connecticut DAR State Regent Christy Hendrie.

Polett has previously served as regent, registrar, treasurer and is also an honorary regent. Elected officers who will all serve for three-year terms include: left to right Historian, Vigee Droesch; Recording Secretary, Rebecca Siciliano; Treasurer, Virginia Otis; Chaplain, Carol Wilder-Tamme; Regent, Karen K. Polett with former Regent, Nicole Gorman. Not pictured is Vice Regent, Tracy Root.

Appointed Chapter Chairmen are: Christine Pasiakos, Mary Beth Savage, Robin Salmans, Diane Drugge, Virginia Otis, Sandra MacPherson, Meredith Carper and Nicole Gorman.

Membership in the DAR, which was organized in 1892, is open to any woman over the age of 18 who can trace her direct lineage to a male or female patriot who served or gave material aid to the cause of American Independence during the Revolutionary War.

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