Daughters of the American Revolution
Hot Springs of Arkansas Chapter
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
Organized April 4, 1912
Now in our 97th year of service.
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The Hot Springs of Arkansas Chapter was organized April 4, 1912, by State Regent
Mrs. Julia McAlmont Noel and interested ladies working together to have twelve
When Hernando DeSoto visited this site, he found that the Indians were already seeking relief from the stress of their lives by retreating to the "valley of the vapors." The source of these vapors were 47 hot springs flowing from the west base of Hot Springs Mountain. The chapter name was derived from the group of hot springs responsible for the name of the city in which it was organized.
|REGENT|| Martha Koon
||VICE REGENT||Linda Jester
||CHAPLAIN|| Jean Grim
||REC./CORR. SECRETARY||Judy Thompson
||TREASURER|| Nena Butler
||REGISTRAR|| Nancy Haynes
||HISTORIAN|| Linda Harris
|| LIBRARIAN|| Jimmie Jones
For information about the Hot Springs of Arkansas Chapter
Information about beautiful
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
Picturesque Lake Hamilton
ARDAR and NSDAR buttons created by Dayna Trembley Hilton
Background shows historic Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs
Website last updated October 30, 2012.
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