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Chapter History

Major Molly

Major Molly Chapter was organized February 9, 1911, in Hamilton, Missouri, and is located in the Northwest District of the Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Members are diligent in spirit, mighty in effort, and proud to be Americans with a rich heritage. Chapter meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month from September to June, inclusive, unless otherwise scheduled. Guests are always welcome! Please contact us for membership inquiries and specific meeting information.

Chapter Officers

Regent: Linda Nixon
Vice Regent: Gloria Parker
First Vice Regent: Jacqulyn Thorn
Chaplain: Barbara Tommey
Rec Secy: Nancy Herring
Corres. Secy: Barbara Drager
Treasurer: Karen Walker
Registrar: Cinda Morris
Historian:Sharon Martin
Librarian: Phyllis Leibrandt
Parliamentarian: Cynthia Killgore
(appointed)

 

Major Molly Chapter

Hamilton, Missouri

"WE ARE TODAY'S DAR!"

DAR is one of the fastest growing and largest patriotic women's organization in the country, with over 170,000 members world-wide, and over 5,000 in the state of Missouri. Members come from all walks of life, each with a proven lineage to a patriot who served or aided the American cause during the American Revolution, and are bonded with the love of God, Home, and Country - the national motto of the DAR.

Major Molly Daughters enthusiastically support the goals and objectives of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, promoting education, patriotism, and historic preservation.

The chapter recognizes outstanding students and teachers each year through participation in the Missouri State Society DAR's American History and Christopher Columbus essay contests, DAR Good Citizen essay and scholarship awards; Outstanding Teacher of American History contest; and Outstanding Teacher recognition within the Hamilton school district. Local winners of these contests are submitted to the State Society for consideration for state recognition.

Major Molly Daughters have participated in identifying the grave of a Revolutionary War soldier, Real Daughters, and Century Farms in Missouri. They support area veterans through donations to veterans homes, Project Patriot, and help sponsor WWII veterans who are selected to visit their memorial in Washington, D.C. through donations to the Honor Flight Network.

We welcome guests and invite you to consider becoming a part of this extraordinary group of women! Please contact us for membership inquiries and specific meeting information.