Honoring our patriots, our military, and our nation as a whole is at the heart of our activities as an organization, and at the Ninian Edwards Chapter, NSDAR, we are proud to be working within our own community to exemplify those principles of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
On our National DAR Day of Service DAR members all over the world celebrate the anniversary of the October 11, 1890, founding of the DAR by participating in special volunteer service projects in our communities. The Ninian Edwards Chapter NSDAR cleaned landscaping beds at the Lewis and Clark State Historic Site.
In 1912, the Ninian Edwards Chapter, NSDAR, honored the 22 known American Revolutionary War veterans who were buried in Madison County with a bronze tablet. In 2010, a second tablet honoring additional veterans found to be buried in Madison County was erected. Together, thirty-six names are listed on the tablets at the Madison County Courthouse.
We are proud of our daughters who have completed the DAR New Members Course.
Photography provided by chapter members.