Caroline Pepa installed as Panhandle Regents Council treasurer for Daughters of the American Revolution
A new executive board was elected and installed at the Panhandle Regents Council during the meeting August 22 in DeFuniak Springs. Sherrie Deboer, Coucil Chaplain, (Regent- Fort San Luis Chapter -Tallahassee) performed the installation: Left to right: President-Sherrill Russ, (Regent-St. Joseph Bay Chapter-Port St. Joe), Vice President-Cynthia Wilson, (Regent-West Florida Chapter- Destin), Secretary- Caroline Maney, (Regent-Choctawhatchee Bay Chapter-Fort Walton Beach), Treasurer- Caroline Pepa, (Regent-Three Rivers Chapter-Milton) and Chaplain- Susan Haselton-Barr, (Vice-Regent-Fort Pickens Chapter-Gulf Breeze). The Panhandle Regents Council is made up of the ten DAR Chapters in Area One of the Florida State Society Daughters of the American Revolution. The members of the Council are the Regents from the local ten chapters and any chapter member. There are eleven Area Regents Councils in the state of Florida with over 100 local chapters.
This article originally appeared on Santa Rosa Press Gazette: Caroline Pepa installed as Panhandle Regents Council treasurer for Daughters of the American Revolution