Celebrate the holidays at the Old State House Museum during the Holiday Open House on Sunday, December 4, 2022, 1:00-5:00 p.m. A record number of visitors are expected as this is the first unrestricted open house since 2019. ASDAR is happy to once again be asked to assist with the refreshments and extend hospitality at the open house.
The Akansa members, with help from the American Legion and the VFW, placed over 370 flags at Cedar Vale. (Photos from Akansa Chapter)
Polly Conway and Texarkana Chapters along with the Arkansas State Park held a DAR Insignia Marker ceremony and a Dedication of 3 new Interpretive Panels at Conway Cemetery Historic State Park. Edna Bradley Passaglia was a member and regent of Mary Desha Chapter, Washington DC and also a docent at the NSDAR Constitution Hall Museum. Edna Bradley is the last of the Pioneer Bradley Family buried in the Conway and Bradley family cemetery.
Arkansas Daughters attended the Vietnam War Veterans Day Ceremony held at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock. (Pictures provided by Angie Dennis)
Frederick Van Patten Chapter, NSDAR, held a DAR Insignia placement ceremony on the gravestone of Charter Chapter member, Janie Quarles in the Augusta Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Augusta, AR. (Photos provided by Frederick Van Patten Chapter, NSDAR)
Harrison Colony Chapter had a wonderful presence at the Memorial Day Celebration on the Harrison Square. They displayed poppy fields and had a table with information and fun! They also provided a Missing Man Table and reading.
Arkansas Daughters hosted Wreaths Across America’s Mobile Education Exhibits (MEE) across the state during the month of April. (Photo credit to Robert Doane, Charline Manning, Tates Bluff Chapter, NSDAR, Major Jacob Gray Chapter, NSDAR, and Sharon Bode)
Daughters of the Strawberry River Chapter, NSDAR, spent the day at the Archives helping to organize pictures. (Photo credit to Jan Hutson Lusk)
Members of the Gilbert Marshall Chapter honored their founding regent, Elizabeth Williams Crawford with a DAR marker. She formed the chapter in her home in 1913 and it was chartered by NSDAR in 1914. (Photo credit to Nancy Bartlett)
During state conference, daughters packed 50 kitchen kits for the VA and Veterans Village. 50 more will be completed. (Photos credit to Gretchen Magee)