Heber Springs Courthouse Lawn adorn with small American flags

Little Red River Chapter, NSDAR

Welcome to Heber Springs, Arkansas!

 Photo: Field of Honor display at Cleburne County Courthouse in Heber Springs

Welcome to the Little Red River Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, chartered in Heber Springs, Arkansas!

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 its official name.

Little Red River Chapter serves the area of the Little Red River and Greers Ferry Lake, which was formed when the river was dammed. Members live in the lake region, which encompasses the Heber Springs, Fairfield Bay, Greers Ferry, Quitman, and Searcy areas.

Field of Honor Display at Heber Springs

The National Society, founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women’s service organization.

Officers
RegentKimberly Walker
Vice RegentChristina McGaughey
ChaplainLeona Kemper-Cash
Recording SecretaryBernice Johnson
Corresponding SecretaryBernice Johnson
TreasurerRamona Diles
RegistrarBernice Schroer
HistorianMary Hall
LibrarianSallie Parish

Little Red River Chapter was organized March 22, 1975, when thirteen organizing members met at the Red Apple Inn of Heber Springs.