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National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

~Ozark Mountains Chapter~

Rogers, Arkansas

Organized February 2, 2008

Prayer at Valley Forge

Prayer at Valley Forge
by Arnold Friberg

Chapter History

On December 15, 2007, the National Society confirmed our chapter name of Ozark Mountains Chapter, NSDAR. The chapter was then organized and confirmed by the National Board of Management on February 2, 2008, with thirteen organizing members.

The preliminary and organizational meetings were held in the Little Flock home of Organizing Regent Valerie Scott where Arkansas Society DAR State Registrar Sue Thompson officiated for the induction ceremonies of four new members and of the charter chapter Officers.

Our members live primarily in Northwest Arkansas, in the Ozark Mountains region, in Benton County, which encompasses the cities of Rogers, Lowell, Bentonville, Centerton, Gravette, Siloam Springs, Gentry, Pea Ridge, Little Flock, and Bella Vista.

Chapter Officers

Regent:Marsha Day
Vice Regent: Ada Atwood
Chaplain: Kathleen Dickerson
Recording Secretary: Amanda Bakere
Corresponding Secretary: Judith Hale
Treasurer: Carolyn Rhame
Registrar: Linda Smith
Historian/Librarian: Rebecca Cole

Chapter Meetings

Ozark Mountains Chapter DAR meetings are held September through May on the third Thursday of each month at 11 a.m.

For information about the Ozark Mountains Chapter

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Our Traditions

National Motto: "God, Home, and Country"


"Let your light so shine before men,
that they may see your good works and
Glorify your Father in Heaven".
    Matthew 5:16


"Let every nation know,
Whether it wishes us well or ill,
That we shall pay any price,
Bear any burden,
Meet any hardship,
Support any friend,
Oppose any foe,
To assure the survival and the success of Liberty".

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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