CEREDO — Westmoreland Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution lately honored the Ceredo Police Division with a “Salute to Service,” spotlighting the city’s officers for his or her service to the neighborhood.
In line with Westmoreland Chapter DAR Regent Marilyn Oppenheimer, the initiative of the DAR “Salute to Service” is a means for the group to point out its appreciation for many who serve, shield and defend our nation and neighborhoods.
Anthony Poston, Stephen Adams, Matthew Chapman, Matthew Thompson, Steve Amis and Jake Skeens had been introduced with a certificates for his or her “devoted safety and protection of Ceredo, West Virginia and Our Nation.” Westmoreland Chapter DAR additionally honored the U.S. veterans on the power with a certificates for his or her “Service, Valor and Sacrifice to Our Nation,” as nicely.
The Ceredo officers who’re veterans are Anthony Poston, Stephen Adams, Matthew Chapman and Steve Amis.
“Our regulation enforcement means a lot to us and their service doesn’t go unnoticed,” Oppenheimer stated in a information launch. “We respect them, their households and the sacrifices they make on daily basis. They by no means know what they’ll face after they begin their day. That is only a small token from Westmoreland DAR to allow them to understand how a lot they imply to us.”
The DAR is a nonprofit, non-political volunteer ladies’s service group. For over 130 years, its members have devoted themselves and their efforts to many causes, amongst them historic preservation, promotion of schooling, and encouragement of patriotic endeavors. Any lady 18 years or older, no matter race, faith, or ethnic background, who can show lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution can be a part of DAR.
Westmoreland Chapter meets repeatedly on the Ceredo Neighborhood Heart the place they’ve their headquarters however is assembly by Zoom through the COVID-19 pandemic.