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Dr. Corliss Tacosa speaks at Daughters of the American Colonists meeting

Dr. Corliss Tacosa, professor of International Studies at Old Dominion University, was the speaker at the September 26, 2015 meeting of the Fort Henry Chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists. The meeting was held at Center Street Grill in Newtown. Dr. Tacosa spoke on Cyberterrorism and its immediate effect on individuals.

The objects of the Daughters of the American Colonists are patriotic, historical and educational. The organization is open to women of all ages who can prove lineal descent from an American colonist. If you are interested in membership, call Pam Meiring at 757-253-2640.

(Shown above, L-R) Melanie Platte, Barbara Rooney, Corliss Tacosa, Ann Clark, Bonnie Shelton, Theresa Denby, Heath Thompson, Donna Matzeder, Pam Meiring, Carol Morgan, Martha Trible, Elane Strange, Betty Morie, Sandy Reese, Alice Birdseye, Carolyn Showalter and Dottie Deaner.)

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