Welcome!Warm greetings from the General John Stark Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. We invite you to look through our website to find out more about our chapter and how you can become a Daughter of the American Revolution. We are a vibrant, growing chapter with members who are dedicated to honoring our heritage, focusing on the future, and celebrating America! Chapter meetings are held monthly September through May. Our members are dedicated to the pillars of our organization: historic preservation, patriotism, and education. We are in our second 100 years of service.
We are a diverse group of patriotic women, ages 18 to 98 from all walks of life, who share a common bond of heritage with an ancestor (man or woman) who served or aided the American cause during the American Revolution, and a passion for God, Home, and Country.
Our membership is growing substantially as more women are becoming interested in learning more about their American heritage, and want to become a part of our phenomenal organization.
In addition to its extensive genealogy resources, the DAR is also recognized as a service organization. Locally, we sponsor student essay contests, award scholarships, women's issues, veterans projects at the local, state, and national level. We encourage community involvement, and promote literacy, good citizenship, conservation, and recognition of outstanding individuals who are making a difference within our community.
We Promote: Historic Preservation, Patriotism, and Education
About the DAR
DAR is a non-profit, non-political women's volunteer service
organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American
history, and securing America's future through better education.
Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic
background, who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American
Revolution, or ancestors who contributed to the independence cause via
donations of goods or support, is eligible for membership. Help is
available in directing you to relevant resources and in filling out the
necessary application for membership.
Contact our registrar to learn more or to attend a chapter meeting.
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