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The St. Paul’s chapter of the Daughters of the King, Montrose recently welcomed Mrs. Margaret Burgh of Montrose as a new member. Members of Mrs. Burgh’s family joined the congregation of St. Paul’s for the solemn ceremony.
Brenda Syle, left, installs Margaret Burgh into the St. Paul’s Chapter, Order of the Daughters of the King.
Brenda Syle, president of the local chapter, initiated Mrs. Burgh into organization and presented her with the distinctive member’s cross. The patron of the local chapter is St. Bridget of Kildare, one of the most significant and colorful saints of Ireland. On February 1, the feast day of St. Bridget, the chapter hosted a Celtic Dinner in St. Paul’s Parish Hall. The evening included an extensive Irish menu and music.
The Daughters of the King, which is dedicated to prayer and service, is an Order of women with chapters in the Anglican (Episcopal), Roman Catholic, and Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America. Currently, the Order has 1,770 chapters around the world, with a membership of 27,611. Members pledge to a life-long discipline of prayer, service, and evangelism.
St. Paul’s Chapter includes: Margie Baker, Margaret Burgh, Vickie Calby, Jane Chandler, Rita Leigh, Judith Ochse, Penny Pennoyer, Maggie McGee Sock, Brenda Syle, Mary Jane Syle, Sarah Warriner, and Esther Welden.
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