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Chapter History

Sacramento Charter

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Sacramento Chapter received its charter at the National Convention held in June, 1956 at Cleveland, Ohio. Its purpose is to provide a constructive educational, recreational, social and cultural program for children and by this medium of contact create a greater bond of friendship for the children and their parents and guardians. A group of women got together with Mrs. Lucy Amerson and Mrs. Grace Morgan-Jones to establish our local chapter. Mrs. Grace Morgan-Jones was the first President.

Commerative Plate PictureIn August 2006, the Sacramento Chapter celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the chapter with a grand family reunion style celebration. A commemorative plate was created to recognize the 50 years of service our Mother Members have given.

Our Founders

SACRAMENTO CHAPTER CHARTER MEMBERS

Grace Morgan-Jones
Lucy G. (Amerson) Washington
Ila Moore
Lottie D. Morris
Eva E. Rutland
Marion Bolden
Gladyse Hubbard
Marjorie Jenkins
Ruth Johnson
Barbara Morgan

Sacramento Chapter Boundaries

The Sacramento Chapter includes Sacramento County, Placer County, Yuba County, Yolo County and El Dorado County. Our most northern city is Yuba City, southern city is Elk Grove, eastern city is Shingle Springs and western city is Davis.

Cities Included in Sacramento Chapter Boundary

Sacramento
Elk Grove
Citrus Heights
Carmichael
Fair Oaks
North Highlands
Rancho Cordova
Folsom
ElDorado Hills
Cameron Park
Shingle Springs
Roseville
Rocklin
Granite Bay
Lincoln
Yuba City
Plumas Lake
West Sacramento
Davis
Woodland
Auburn
Loomis
Grass Valley
Nevada City
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