DRT presents trunk show to CES fourth grade
Tammy Ruether’s fourth grade class at Columbus Elementary was introduced to the Texas Pioneer Life Trunk Show on Feb. 8. Dressed in pioneer garb, Donna Pustejovsky and Debra Kollman of the Dilue Rose Harris Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) presented the artifacts to students.
The students were able to touch, feel, explore, and discuss the pieces exhibited. Texas Republic replica currency, maps, balls of cotton and hand cards, and pioneer toys were of particular interest.
The DRT is the oldest women’s patriotic organization in Texas and is dedicated to the preservation and education of Texas history.
For more information on the DRT, please visit the website at www.drtinfo.org or the Dilue Rose Harris Chapter Facebook page.
Any woman interested in becoming a full or associate member of the Dilue Rose Harris Chapter in Columbus may contact Marilyn Wade (MBWade.DRT@gmail.com).
Full members can prove lineal descent from a Republic of Texas patriot or citizen. Associate membership is offered to those women who would not otherwise be eligible for full membership but have a deep interest in the history of Texas and the objectives of DRT.