About DAR

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) was founded on October 11, 1890, with the purposes of historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavor. Any woman at least 18 years of age, who can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence, is eligible for membership.

The National Society accomplishes the majority of its work under a committee system. Focus of some committees includes: educational programs, scholarship competitions, citizenship awards, literacy programs, lineage research, and commemorative events. For more information visit the DAR web site.

Wherever your interest lies, the DAR has a program area where you can enjoy working with other women to support God, Home, and Country.

For membership inquiries, please contact our chapter.

About Us

Old Spanish Trail Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, currently has fifty-three members and it continues to grow. Our chapter has been strong for over 15 years. We are looking for women who are interested in their heritage, love their country and will support its Constitution, as well as ones who will participate in our various activities. You're welcome to come to our meeting! We meet on the second Saturday of the month September through May in Henderson. Please contact our chapter if you are interested in attending a meeting. We would love you to come see what we are all about!
The Old Spanish Trail is actually a 1,120-mile route between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California, which was traversed by Spanish padres in the 1700s and later by traders and settlers. In 2002, The Old Spanish Trail was designated as a National Historic Trail.
Regent Christine Howard
Vice Regent Kristen Johnson
Treasurer Linda Tendler
Recording Secretary Sandra Fritsch
Corresponding Secretary Nancy Hewitt
Registrar Sue Hoge
Chaplain Christine Damalas
Historian Diane Gaylord
Librarian Margaret Hendrickson
Parliamentarian Barbara Johnson
The Old Spanish Trail Chapter NSDAR meets on the second Saturday of the month, September through May in Henderson.

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