ADA — Chimney Hill Daughters of the American Revolution met Dec. 10, 2005, at Ada Arts and Heritage Center for the annual Christmas Guest Day Luncheon. Martha Moyer presented the Good Citizens Award to Sarah Holman from Latta High School, she is planning to attend University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, next fall and major in finance. Special Christmas music was presented by several members of the Ada High School Performing Arts class, which included Jennifer Bell, Kelsey Creed, Leah Barbada and Mandy Hayes.

The meeting was led by vice regent Lou Ann Hoover, assisted by Lorraine Hooker, Glendeen Unsell, Betty Duty, and Joyce Gentry. Hostesses were Carlene Benson, Ricki Davidson and Vicki Davidson.

Guests attending were: Sarah Holman and her family, David and Leslie Holman, Rebekah Holman and Michelle Holman, Paula Moyer, Frances Cook Thomas Axtell CAR registrar, Emily Crook, Dana Hill, Cheryl Bell, Jennifer Bell, Kelsey Creed, Leah Barbada, and Mandy Hayes.

Members attending were Lorraine Hooker, Phyllis Inslee, Martha Moyer, Michele Cook, Jessie Glover, Carlene Benson, Pat Christensen, Betty Duty, Joyce Gentry, Elizabeth Witherow, Ramona Dennison, Glendeen Unsell, Marie Spears, and Lou Ann Hoover.