Saint Lucie River Chapter

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The Saint Lucie River Chapter was organized October 6, 1984. Mrs. John Whightman Clements was the Organizing Regent. The chapter had 26 organizing members and 38 charter members.

Chapter officers 2022-2024

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Since 1984, St Lucie River Chapter has kept scrapbooks for each year.  Our Historian is in the process of scanning and making a digital file of all the old records

Chapter members volunteer monthly to clean up at Ian T. Zook Park

Our Chapter contacts Veteran Services Treasure Coast Council, Inc. and we donate the items that are needed each month

Header photo credit:
Donald Root