Welcome to the Noah Coleman Chapter!
The Noah Coleman Chapter is a friendly and diverse group of ladies from the young to the young at heart. We come from a variety of backgrounds, careers, professions, and interests, but share one common bond of having an ancestor who served or aided in securing the independence of our nation.
Our chapter holds luncheon meetings the third Saturday of the month from January through May and August through October. The December meeting is held on the first Saturday of the month. There are no regular scheduled meetings in June, July, and November. Our meetings are open to the public where prospective members, guests, and family members are always welcome to join our meetings and special events. During our meetings, programs are presented by a variety of guest speakers to promote the overall objectives of the DAR relating to historic preservation, education, and patriotism. There is something for everyone to enjoy and learn.
For more information regarding our upcoming meetings or programs, please contact our chapter membership chairman/registrar Linda Mondy.
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), organized in 1890, is a non-profit, non-political organization of women nationwide and overseas with one common bond: to honor our Revolutionary War ancestors and to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism in our communities.
The Noah Coleman Chapter is a Centennial Chapter founded in 1906 which still cherishes the values of its founding members. Today we follow the same rituals and beliefs of our charter members; to be a part of our communities, to support and help our families in need, our youth, educators, veterans, and service members through volunteerism, donations, scholarships, correspondence and awareness. Locally, we support our youth through essay contest promoting American History, good citizenship, scholarships, and recognition of outstanding students who are making difference within their communities. Our members show their passion and appreciation of our veterans and active-duty military through volunteering and donations. We also support our local shelters for women and their children by donating personal hygiene and clothing items. There are many other projects we are involved in and we welcome new ideas of our members which promote the goals and objectives of our organization.
Any woman, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove her lineage to a patriot of the American Revolution is eligible to join. Membership in our chapter is based upon membership eligibility requirements established by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
Do you need assistance in finding your patriot?
We invite you to visit our national DAR web site to learn more about "Today's DAR!" The DAR Library, located at national headquarters in Washington, D.C., houses one of the nation's largest specialized collections of American genealogical and historical manuscripts and publications. The genealogy section of the web site will guide you through the research process whether you are just getting started or trying to find additional resources. The DAR Genealogical Research System (GRS) is a free resource provided by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution to aid general genealogical research and to assist with the DAR membership process. The GRS is a collection of databases that provide access to the many materials amassed by the DAR since its founding in 1890.
Our chapter registrar, Linda Mondy, is also available to assist you with the application process for membership in the Noah Coleman Chapter.