Oran M. Roberts
United Daughters of the Confederacy®
Houston, Harris County, Texas
Number of members: 20
HISTORICAL: Chapter members devoted 50 hours toward preservation of Confederate History; $175 to Confederate Museum Fund of restoration of Oran M. Roberts vest; present two Historian General programs; purchased 2 25-year membership insignias; presenting a total of 7 insignias at the 100th year anniversary luncheon.
EDUCATIONAL: Donated $15 to District I Scholarship; 1 member attended District I Meeting and conducted annual District Memorial Service; 2 members attended 2 Division Workshops.
BENEVOLENT: Contributed $10 each to Division and District I Randolph Relief funds; five cards mailed to Randolph Relief Recipients; 2 cards sent to Real Daughters.
MEMORIAL: $10 contributed to Division Plaque Restoration Fund; $60 contributed to Confederate Memorial Service at Houston's Washington Cemetery with 3 members attending; one member visited 4 battlefields, placed 24 Confederate flags on graves.
PATRIOTIC: 12 U.S. Flags placed on Veteran' graves; 8 flags flown on 5 holidays, most flown 365 days; 1 visit and 28 books donated to Houston Veteran's Hospital; $40 donated to September 11th Relief Fund.
MISCELLANEOUS: 1 Confederate history review; 2 attended Division Convention; Chapter maintains Yearbook and Scrapbook; 2 newsletters mailed to members
BONUS ITEMS: Per capita taxes and most reports submitted timely.
Carolyn Farmer, President
This webpage was created on 30 July 2006 and was last revised on 14 Aug 2006
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