March Meeting

March is Women’s History Month, and what better way to honor Women’s History Month than having a program on the Arkansas Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration.

Chapter member Stephanie Wade spoke about the Arkansas Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemoration Committee, and a few upcoming events related to the Centennial Commemoration.  Stephanie works at the Department of Arkansas Heritage, and is also the coordinator of the Arkansas Historical Marker Program.

Speaking with Stephanie was Georganne Sisco, Education Director at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, and Sydney Crosby, who is a Living History Interpreter with the Old State House Museum.  Sydney came as Adolphine Fletcher Terry, a well known figure in the history of Little Rock.  Adolphine was also a member of the Centennial Chapter DAR in her time.

Left to right: Georganne Sisco, Sydney Crosby (Adolphine Fletcher Terry), and Little Rock Centennial Chapter member Stephanie Wade.