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April 20, 2018

Arriving in Cincinnati early on Saturday morning, I was met by Elizabeth Chiang, my personal page and unexpectedly she was accompanied by my friend, Sharon Withers, past Registrar General. After grabbing a cup of coffee at a local coffee shop, we set off for the Kentucky State Conference in Lexington, KY. A beautiful spring snow storm made the ride extraordinary and Elizabeth’s chauffeur... Read More

April 18, 2018

Since 1987, the United States has recognized March as Women’s History Month. As a women’s service organization, this is one of our favorite months of the year! This year, in partnership with the DAR Library, DAR Archives and National... Read More

April 16, 2018

Travel to Columbus Ohio was just what one hopes it will be; the flight was on time, the weather was perfect and I was eager to renew friendships with the Ohio Daughters. I arrived just in time to attend the State Officers Club dinner celebrating the Waldschmidt Homestead. I had a wonderful time learning about the many ways Ohio fulfills the mission of the National Society. Saturday morning, my... Read More

April 12, 2018

We are so excited to introduce you to the completed effort of the DAR Constitution Hall stage restoration! If you weren’t able to see the reveal of the renovated stage live on Facebook, you can watch the video here.

After the completion of Phase... Read More

April 10, 2018

Louisiana always makes me think of fabulous food, great music, moss draped trees and southern hospitality. So I traveled to Baton Rouge eager to visit. Everything I expected was exceeded, with azaleas in splendid bloom and beautiful spring weather. 

- President General Ann Dillon


The 109th Louisiana State Conference convened on March 16 – 18 at... Read More

April 6, 2018

A recent blog told about the rededication ceremony to be held at the Margaret Corbin Monument at West Point Cemetery to honor the valor of the Revolutionary War heroine. Despite the discovery that Margaret is not buried on the grounds of West Point, as thought to... Read More

April 4, 2018

As Continental Congress approaches, NSDAR is pleased to announce the 20th Anniversary of Heritage Club! This milestone celebrates 20 years of recognizing NSDAR’s generous donors. We have achieved so much because of the dedication... Read More

April 2, 2018

Texas Daughters were honored to welcome President General Ann Dillon, to our 119th Texas State Conference in San Antonio on March 7 and 8.

Texas State Executive Board, Honorary State Regents and out of State Regents attending as guests greeted Mrs. Dillon Wednesday evening prior to conference with a riverboat tour of the San Antonia Riverwalk along the San Antonia River. The... Read More

March 30, 2018

Let’s admit it—many of us enjoy Facebook. That being said, haven’t you ever wished that there were a few pages with no games, no “What Kind of Vegetable Would You Be?” quizzes, no recipes, and no political commentary? Have I got good news for you!

The Lineage Research, NSDAR Facebook Group is just what you have been looking... Read More

March 28, 2018

Leaving Texas early Friday morning, I was met at the Atlanta airport by Rita Horton and Jean Vaughn for the two hour drive to Auburn University campus where the Alabama State Conference was held. It was a time for visiting and laughing as we shared memories from our experiences serving the National Society. The friendships we form as we work together are often the thread that keeps us... Read More

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