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)
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)
During state conference, daughters packed 50 kitchen kits for the VA and Veterans Village. 50 more will be completed. (Photos credit to Gretchen Magee)
Daughters participated in a drive-through baby shower for veterans. (Photo credit to Charline Manning)
One of the James K. Polk Chapter projects for the National Day of Service was the gathering and packing of Baby Shower gifts to be given to women veterans.
Left to right: Cortez Copher, Shelly Collins, Ruby Hartsfield, Deonna Williams, Ann Garrett, Brenda Cunningham, Era Looney, Cheryl Anglin, and Linda Evans
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.