To perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women
who achieved American Independence; to promote the development of an enlightened public
opinion; and to foster patriotic citizenship--these are the objects of our society, Daughters of
the American Revolution.
Each member of the DAR is a lineal descendant of a patriot who gave aid or served as a soldier
in the Revolutionary War. The National Society DAR has
facts about DAR and
information about joining DAR. Further information about DAR is available at:
National Society DAR and Missouri State Society DAR
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?
Throughout the year, programs reflecting the DAR ideals of patriotism, education
and historical preservation as well as women's issues and conservation are given. Among the interesting
programs drawn from the expertise found in the Greater Kansas City area are "George Washington: Patriot,
Soldier, Statesman"; "Bikers Against Child Abuse"; "Tuskegee Airmen"; and "The Day the Mississippi Ran Backward".
contact us for meeting locations, dates and times. Click here for a listing of
our upcoming programs. If you are interested in learning more about the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
and how to become a member, please join us at one of our meetings. Guests are always welcome and we will be happy to
assist you research your Patriot.
"Signing of the Declaration of Independence"
William Boydston Chapter Officers
Regent--Judy Mossburg Martin
Vice Regent--Pattie Underwood
Recording Secretary--Margaret Henderson
Corresponding Secretary--Becky Nissen
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