Chapter Gilbert Marshall’s American History Committee donated books to Pine Forest Elementary in Maumelle.
Members of Akansa Chapter presented WWII Veterans with special certificates and pins to show appreciation for their service.
Members of Chapter Gilbert Marshall gathered to honor the Revolutionary War soldier, Benjamin Bryant.
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.
Tate’s Bluff DAR Chapter members and friends gathered Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Tate Cemetery near Tate’s Bluff on the Ouachita River to honor the grave sites of Anderson and George Tate, Revolutionary War soldiers.
We are so honored to be part of DAR. It’s our history and heritage, and we have to keep it intact for future generations.
The Arkansas Society DAR, organized in 1893 by Mrs. C. R. Breckenridge, has over 2,300 members in 41 chapters located throughout the state.
Marion Chapter honored a Real Daughter – Catherine Robards Stirman – on April 18, 2009, a Daughter who had never been forgotten, but whose final resting place had gone unmarked for more than 100 years.
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