Daughters of the British Empire in Tennessee
Not Ourselves but the Cause.....
Countries of our members!
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The DBE In Tennessee Website was last updated on Monday 14th April 2014
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For over three quarters of a century, The Daughters of the British Empire in the U.S.A. has been a common bond for women of British heritage living in America. Members, joining together in fellowship, contribute significantly to the good of their local communities and support the four retirement homes for men and women established by the DBE.
The DBE in Tennessee is a part of the Southern District.
Members of the Centre Court Chapter and the Wimbledon Chapter are primarily from West Knoxville and the Farragut area.
Carrying on the tradition of "not ourselves, but the cause", the DBE chapters throughout the United States support one of four retirement homes. Fundraising Events are held by the chapters throughout the year with the proceeds going to support the home within their district.
Mountbatten House is built along the lines of an English country home and is located in Highlands, near Houston, Texas. The Southern Home was opened in 1983.
In addition to the monthly teas, Centre Court and Wimbledon gather to raise funds for the Mountbatten House, to celebrate holidays, and to enjoy one another's company.
Do you enjoy reading about Castles?
What about the Boat Race, have you heard about it?
Do you know where that strange saying come from?
Want to know where the British Pub came from and many other items of interest.
Some of our Members have written short resumes of their home towns. Feel free to browse this section and follow the links for more information.
This section contains some interesting and delicious menus submitted by our Members.
Follow this menu to get an authentic taste of Britain and the Commonwealth.
2013 National Conference
Queen Elizabeth ll Diamond Jubillee
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New Feature from Brenda on South Queensferry Scotland
The DBE in Tennessee is currently trying to start new Chapters in the Tri-Cities TN area and in Nashville TN. If you would like to join this chapter or know of someone who may be interested please contact Diane
News From around the DBE IN Tennessee
2014 DBE Christmas Tea will be held once again at
St. Thomas Catholic Church (Lenoir City)
Saturday December 6th, 2014 at 1 p.m..
For Tickets please contact Diana Fetterman or Michelle Leighton
Get Your Christmas Tea Tickets NOW!!!
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