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Diamond Chapter, NSDAR

Welcome to Texarkana, Arkansas!

Welcome to the Diamond Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, chartered in Texarkana, Arkansas!

Diamond Chapter was organized by Mrs. Betty Williams with fourteen members in attendance. The chapter was organized on June 25, 2012. The fourteen members were as follows: LaNita Burroughs, Jodett Davis, Mary Ann Davis, Carolyn Easley, Mary Jackson, Kimberly Mills, Amanda Neill, Melissa Nesbitt, Jennie Stone, Donna Stotts, Mary Lu Stotts, Pamela Trammell, Faith Trammell, and Betty Williams. The name “Diamond” was chosen because Arkansas is the only state in the continental United States with a diamond mine and our state flag has a emblem of a diamond on it.

Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Documentation must be provided to prove direct descent from a patriot. Sources may include birth, baptismal, marriage, death records, etc. Admission to membership in the NSDAR is either through a chapter in your state organization (or unit overseas) or as a member-at-large.

Chapter Meetings

The Diamond Chapter has a dinner meeting the first Thursday of each month, from September through May, at 5:30 p.m.

Officers
RegentBetty Williams
Vice RegentGloria Mugno
ChaplainCarolyn Jean Easley
Recording SecretaryDoris Ann Page
Corresponding SecretaryJodett Davis
TreasurerNina Plumlee
RegistrarLajuana Beth Hinton
HistorianDonna Jean Carter
LibrarianJennie Stone
Famous Texarkana Landmarks include State Line Avenue, the Perot Theater, and Union Station

Diamond Chapter was organized by Mrs. Betty Williams with fourteen members in attendance. The chapter was organized on June 25, 2012.