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A pair of Legacy benches for the Daughters
DAR Benches
Members of the Hobkirk Hill Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution are joined by members of Camden City Council following the presentation of a pair of Leaders Legacy benches on April 8 at the Battle of Hobkirk Hill site. The site is at the northern edge of Kirkwood Common on Kirkwood Lane. Pictured are (seated, from left) Marietta Gordon, unknown, Robin Wilson, Inis Gibbs, Brenda Sullivan, Creighton Miles, Mary Catherine Miller, (standing, from left) Camden City Councilwoman Joanna Craig, Camden City Councilwoman Deborah Davis, Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford, Mary Elizabeth Boykin, Sheri Davis, Alice Caskey, Paddy Bell, Jane Arnold, Mary Ellen Jordan, and Deb McAbee.
The city of Camden recently held a dedication ceremony for a pair of Leaders Legacy benches honoring the members of the Hobkirk Hill Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford and city councilwomen Deborah Davis and Joanna Craig participated.