Arkansas Daughters’ love of country is evident in the multitude of patriotic endeavors they pursue.
The Service to America initiative encourages members to be active in community service to discover the rewards of volunteerism and to help make their local communities a better, friendlier place.
The Old State House, formerly called the Arkansas State House, is the oldest surviving state capitol building west of the Mississippi River. It is now the home of the Old State House Museum.
Arkansas Daughters are committed to serving their communities through activities that fulfill the National Society’s objectives.
Arkansas State Society DAR members support the education of youth in Arkansas and America by contributing to schools and student programs.
Historic preservation projects help preserve America’s cultural heritage
Texarkana Chapter members cleaned and placed a wreath at the grave of their founding regent as part of the 2020 National DAR Day of Service.
Osage District Director, Frances Rankin, and participating chapters in Northwest Arkansas, collected seventy-five Veteran Shoeboxes.
One of the James K. Polk Chapter projects for National Day of Service was the collection of baby shower gifts to be given to women veterans.