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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Welcome to the Alexander Doniphan Chapter

Honoring Our Heritage in Liberty, Missouri


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National Motto:     "God, Home, and Country"
National Theme:   "Honoring Our Heritage ~ Focusing on the Future ~ Celebrating America!"

State Theme:        "Cherish every memory -- love every moment -- Celebrate America!"
State Moto:           "How sweet it is to be a Missouri DAR!"
State Scripture:    "God has not given me a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of sound mind."
                                   -2 Timothy 1:7

     The DAR is a 118-year-old non-profit, non-political, world-wide service organization devoted to historic preservation, education, and patriotic endeavor.   Each member is a lineal descendant of a patriot who gave aid or served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War.  To learn more about DAR and information on how you can become a member, please visit our National Society DAR and Missouri State Society DAR web pages.

    The Alexander Doniphan Chapter meets monthly.    Each regular meeting includes devotion, patriotic exercises, the President General's message, a three-minute minimum National Defense report and a DAR school minute.   A program reflecting the DAR ideals of patriotism, education, and historical preservation is given at each meeting as well as women's issues and conservation.  Among our interesting programs have been: "World War II Prison Camps in Missouri" by Jim Beckner"; "Meet Mr. Franklin" by Paul Forbes; "George Washington--Patriot, Soldier, Statesman" by Dr. Chris Sizemore; "Urban Tree Benefits" by Charles Conner, Urban Forester, Missouri Department of Conservation; and "Union Station Massacre" by Robert Unger, Reporter, Journalist, Pulitzer Prize Winner.

     Our chapter has sponsored Junior American Citizen Clubs in the elementary schools of Liberty, Missouri, essay contests on historical subjects for elementary and junior high school students, and the Good Citizen Award to seniors in high schools.   Members volunteer and are on the Board of the Clay County Archives.   Our chapter continues to observe Flag Day, Constitution Week, and celebrates Veteran's Day and George Washington's birthday in conjunction with the local chapters of the Sons of the American Revolution.   Please contact us if you are interested in joining DAR and would like to attend one of our meetings.   We will be happy to assist you research your Patriot.

Chapter Theme 2012 - 2014
"We are STARS in Shaping the Future of our Chapter"

Alexander Doniphan Chapter Officers

Regent--Jerre Robertson
First Vice Regent--Carol Olson
Second Vice Regent--Karen Sage
Chaplain--Carol Miller
Recording Secretary--Doe Rames
Corresponding Secretary--Jana Becker
Treasurer--Denise Proctor
Registrar--Nancy George
Historian--Jane Shepherd
Librarian--Martha Bell
Parliamentarian--Denise Irminger
Directors -- Velva Elder and Beverly Hamilton

Do you have a Revolutionary Patriot in your family tree?
Do you want to make a difference in your community and help preserve American's heritage?
Join us!   Email us today for meeting dates & times.

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Website last updated on July 17, 2014.