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Olde Towne Fenton Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
City of Fenton, Missouri

Olde Towne Fenton Chapter, NSDAR

Our chapter promotes the DAR Mission of Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism
in our Community and the State of Missouri.

Patriotism

Members and Bear Picture

Olde Towne Fenton Chapter members with their patriotic bear at the Missouri State Society DAR Mideast District Meeting. Our chapter is one of the the newer Missouri DAR chapters, organized on December 2, 2000, with 17 organizing members led by Organizing Regent Carol Howard.  Our chapter "home" is the City of Fenton, located in southwest St. Louis County. 

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Education

Constitution Week Display

Olde Towne Fenton Chapter sponsored a Constitution Week Display at the Tesson Ferry Branch, St. Louis County Library.

Early chapter meetings were held in the historic Navajo Hotel building in "Olde Towne Fenton," pictured at top of page on left. Our members reside in Fenton and other areas of south and west St. Louis County, as well as St. Louis City, northern Jefferson County, and other nearby areas. We currently have 124 members with many pending new members in process.

2016-2018 Olde Towne Fenton Officers

Regent--Susan Hauf
First Vice Regent--Susan Roberts
Second Vice Regent--Paula Cliffe
Chaplain--Carolyn Obremski
Recording Secretary--Joyce Rea
Corresponding Secretary--Eleanor Gibson
Treasurer--Nora Zimmer
Registrar--Judy Belford
Historian--Amy Woods
Librarian--Patti Hurst
Parliamentarian--Diane Metzger
Custodian of Flags--Cynthia Woller

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   Chapter News: Olde Towne Fenton Chapter hosted a reception for DAR     Good Citizens at the March 5, 2016, chapter meeting.

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