Daughters of the American Revolution
Little Red River Chapter
HEBER SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
Organized March 22, 1975
Little Red River Chapter was organized March 22, 1975, when
thirteen organizing members met at the Red Apple Inn of Heber
Springs. The chapter was confirmed by National on April 12,
1975, with Mrs. B. L. Moss, Jr., as Organizing Regent and
"Little Red River" as our official name.
Our name designates that we serve the area of the Little Red
River and Greers Ferry Lake, which was formed when the river was
dammed. Our members live in the lake region, which encompasses
the Heber Springs, Fairfield Bay, Greers Ferry, Quitman, and Searcy areas.
Vice Regent- Bernice Johnson
Chaplain- Mary Hale
Secretary- Ruth Browning
Treasurer- Ramona Diles
Historian- Dora Robinson
Librarian- Ruth Rasmussen
Heber Springs, Arkansas
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The Little Red River Chapter meets the second Friday of each month.
For information about the Little Red River Chapter
"The liberties of our country,
the freedom of our civil constitution,
are worth defending at all hazards
and it is our duty to defend them
against all attacks.
We have received them as a fair inheritance
our worthy ancestors;
they purchased them for us with toil and danger
and expense of treasure and blood."
... Samuel Adams, 1771
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Background shows Peale's painting of George Washington
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