The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a lineage-based membership organization for women who are descended from a person involved in United States’ independence.[1] DAR has chapters in all fifty of the U.S. states as well as in the District of Columbia.  DAR’s motto is “God, Home, and Country.” Some state chapters of DAR date from as early as October 11, 1890, and the National Society of DAR was incorporated by congressional charter in 1896. Post here to stay in contact with other members or to learn more about DAR

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  1. The local chapter of DAR is called Long Cane Chapter and is dedicated to honoring and preserving the legacy of our patriot ancestors. We are a nonprofit, nonpolitical women’s volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.
    We meet monthly from September through May in various locations, often in homes. We sometimes take day “field trips” to sites of historic interest in the region. Visitors are always welcome, but we’d like to be contacted so we can provide specific information about a meeting such as date, time and place.
    If you are interested in knowing how to join DAR, we can help with the process. We have members with extensive training in genealogy who can help. Transferring membership from another chapter is a simple process if you are a current member and are relocating to Savannah Lakes Village.
    To seek additional information or inquire about membership you may leave a message on this site or you may contact our Membership Chairman, Sheila Wolf at shewolf@wctel.net, or our Chapter Regent (aka President), Jane Fairburn at jfairburn@wctel.net

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