Daughters of the American Revolution
Little Rock, Arkansas
The Little Rock-Centennial Chapter is the name for two of Arkansas' oldest DAR Chapters, which was officially approved for merger at the National Board of Management meeting February 5, 2000, in Washington D.C.
|REGENT||Frances Weathersby||VICE REGENT||Betsy Barnes||CHAPLAIN||Jerry Brewer Floyd||RECORDING SECRETARY||Candace Sue Coppess Roman||CORRESPONDING SECRETARY||Jacquelyn Marie Beatty||TREASURER||Ann Mahon Hedges||REGISTRAR||Jane Moore||HISTORIAN||Nancy Sykes-Jones||LIBRARIAN||Crady Bobo Schneider||HONORARY REGENT||Betsy Lee Barnes|
The DAR Room at the Old State House in Little Rock, maintained by the Arkansas DAR, is considered one of the most outstanding accomplishments of the Arkansas State DAR. *"Hope, Pride and Aspiration are exemplified in this magnificent Eighteenth Century Drawing Room and in its history."
*History of the Arkansas DAR Room by Mrs. James Andrew Williams.
French bronze and Gold Candelabra and Eighteenth Century gold-leaf Harp bearing the Royal Coat of Arms.
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