Luiseño DAR chapter meets with Murrieta VFW Auxiliary

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Cindy Greer, left, with her son Andy Cooper and grandchildren Leonardo, 4, and Francis, 2, visit the vault near the Old Burying Ground in New Hartford, Connecticut, and pay respects to the American Revolution pioneers buried there. Valley News/Courtesy photo
MURRIETA – Luiseño DAR Chapter met with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary at The Colony in Murrieta Saturday, July 30, to hear from speaker Cindy Greer – Luiseño member and America250 contact – about the America250 and DAR partnership. She also spoke about her Revolutionary War patriot, Phineas Kellogg, who was born in 1756. On the local level, Luiseño Chapter’s Phase II includes speaking to interested groups in an effort to connect the past to inspire the future. Although many Americans know the names and lives of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, most Americans probably know very little about those who left their farms and their families to support and fight with Washington and his officers. This month, the Luiseño Chapter America250 Committee
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