Ann D. Fleck (Mrs. Raymond F.), president general of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, will be in Salt Lake City Friday and Saturday.

Fleck is coming to Utah for the spring conference of the state DAR organization. She will address the group at its banquet on Friday night.Fleck, who assumed office in 1986, is serving a three year term as president general. During her term of office she has stressed observance of the bicentennial of the Constitution of the United States.

Another feature of the state convention will be the presentation of awards on Saturday noon.

George W. Henry of Highland High School will be honored as Outstanding American History Teacher. The DAR Good Citizen Award will be given to Melinda Roylance, a senior at Bountiful High, and winners of the annual essay contest will be spotlighted.

The Utah State DAR Society has seven chapters located in Bountiful, Ogden, Provo and Vernal. Chapters can be formed in other communities on request to the state society. Women are eligible for membership if they can prove direct descent from a man or woman who fought for the cause of American independence between 1775 and 1783.

The society's objectives are historical, educational and patriotic.

For further information, call Mrs. Verdi H. White, state membership chairman.