Committees allow our members to fulfill the objectives of the National  Society of the Daughters of the American Revolutionary War.  

 Below are a few of the Committees

COMMEMORATIVE EVENTS 

 

Celebrates the events cited by the National Society and identifies and plans local and regional commemorative events.  Joins in celebrations that support the goals of the society,  Reports at chapter meetings and posts commemorative events to the chapter Facebook page.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

 

 

 

Assists the members in their efforts of historic preservation and is one of the three objectives of the National Society.  Activities may be held for the awarding of a Historic Preservation Medal, participation in a Historic Preservation Project Contest, providing expertise, information, guidance for identifying, restoring, and maintaining historic sites and properties, e.g., landmarks, buildings, rooms, cemeteries, forests, road marker, etc.

AMERICANISM - U.S.
This committee promotes knowledge, loyalty, and love of country in the hearts and minds of American citizens, whether naturalized or citizens by birth.  This committee attends and supports the naturalization ceremonies by presenting U.S. flags to honor new citizens.
LITERACY PROMOTION 
Promotes literacy for children and adults.  
Volunteer by reading to a child or an adult or helping someone learn to read.  
Leads the Chapter Book Club
AMERICAN INDIANS
Provides financial assistance and educational aid to Native American youth and alerts our chapter members to these needs.  It further provides awareness of American Indians through a chapter program in the odd-numbered years and at chapter meetings presents an
"Indian Minute."
AMERICAN HERITAGE
The American Heritage Committee strives to preserve our rich American heritage in the fields of art and sculpture, crafts, drama and literature, fiber arts, and music.  Members are invited to participate in the various contests conducted by the committee.  The Evelyn Cole Peters Awards for Excellence are given to individuals for Literature and Drama, Music, Art and Sculpture, Crafts, and Fiber Arts.

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