Daniel Chapman Chapter, NSDAR

Vienna, Illinois

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Members of the Daniel Chapman Chapter, NSDAR are active in the local community. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a member.


On November 3, 2019, the Daniel Chapman Chapter, NSDAR, placed a plaque honoring the life and service of the chapter namesake, Daniel Chapman, on his grave at the Vienna Fraternal Cemetery.


On Veterans Day each year, the Daniel Chapman Chapter, NSDAR, participates in the Johnson County Veterans Day program honoring veterans from throughout the county.

An information panel at the Michael Wolff Memorial Wetland in the Cache River State Natural Area was dedicated on September 26, 2010. The wetland panel and five new trees in the area were funded by the Illinois State DAR Organization. The wetland is in memory of Michael Wolff, a young man who had spent time in the Cache River area. Before dying, he expressed a wish for a place “where the ducks would come.” His family formed the foundation and with the help of Jim Waycuilis and the Department of Natural Resources, the wetlands were reclaimed. It is now a place that attracts wildlife in an area accessible to the public. Following the dedication, a reception was held at the Barkhausen State Wetland Center. Members of the NSDAR chapters Daniel Chapman, Fort Masaac, and Daniel H. Brush assisted in the event.
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