Beautiful Springfield Hall near Historic Old Fort Parker in Limestone County was the perfect setting for Jonathan Hardin Chapter’s Centennial Tea on Sunday, March 27th in honor of State Regent, Marcy Carter-Lovick. Mrs. Lovick and Chapter Regent, Nancy Brown McSwane, welcomed more than sixty Texas Daughters to celebrate Jonathan Hardin Chapter’s 100th Anniversary. The chapter was honored to have several Texas Society officers in attendance; State Regent, Marcy Carter-Lovick; Vice Regent, Barbara McCormick Petrov; Chaplain, Georgi Brochstein; Recording Secretery, Shirley Bland; Organizing Secretary, Susan Johnston; Registrar, Susan McRee Adams; Historian, Betty Bird; Librarian, Paula Owen. District VII Director, Carole Lowe and the Heart of Texas Regent’s Council President, Pamela Marie Baker were also in attendance as well as several state committee chairs and vice-chairs. Many chapters across the state of Texas were represented. Honorary Jonathan Hardin Chapter Regent and thirty-year member, Kay Alston served as the Committee Chair for the Centennial Tea. Mrs Alston has also served the Texas Society as a state officer under two administrations as State Organizing Secretary and State Chaplain. She has served the National Society in numerous Committee Vice Chairmanships and as a Board Member of the Tamassee DAR School in Tamassee, South Carolina. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Kate Duncan Smith DAR School in Grant, Alabama.