Wealaka Chapter Celebrates 10th Year

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD: Loyd Means being presented the DAR Community Service Award by Carolyn Thornton.

Wealaka Chapter of National Society Daughters of the American Revolution recently held their 10th Anniversary Celebration. 
As part of the program, the ladies continued to honor local volunteers and students who demonstrate good citizenship. 
The Community Service Award is given to individuals who are outstanding volunteers in their community.  This year’s award went to Loyd Means who volunteers (in his Revolutionary War uniform) each month at the Naturalization Ceremonies held by the U. S. District Court. 
The new citizens are anxious to have their picture taken with “George Washington,” and Means poses until the last new, smiling citizen’s picture is snapped.  He is also a regular part of the Tulsa SAR Color Guard.
Also honored at the celebration was Kami Fryer of Bixby High School, who was named DAR Good Citizen. Fryer was chosen by her faculty and administration for her dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.  Congratulations to the two award winners and congratulations to Wealaka Chapter for ten years of service to America.

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