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What's in a Name?

Burnettʼs Traders Questers - Chapter #567, St. Joseph, Michigan

William Burnett landed his canoe on the west bank of the St. Joseph River about 1780, establishing the first permanent European settlement in the area. Trading extensively with the Native Americans, in 1882 he married Kakima, daughter of Potawatomi Chief Aniquiba.

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What's in a Name - Plank Road Questers #236, Brighton, Michigan

Plank Road Questers #236 established its charter in December, 1965 with 18 members, one of whom is still active. Currently at 20 members, Plank Road #236 has maintained State Board positions with the offices of State Board President, and State Secretary held by its members. The chapter has numerous educative speakers who present informative talks and demonstrations for other Quester chapters, historical organizations and Quester Conventions.

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What's in a Name - Wenona #1437 chapter

 The Wenona #1437 chapter of Bay City was formed in in January 2005. The chapter was started with 9 members, 4 of which are still active in the chapter which now totals 20!

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