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National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Uncompahgre Valley Chapter

 

Firehouse #1 with crew of Montrose Fire Department  - Byers Photo (Montrose, Colo.) - Courtesy Fort Lewis College, Center of Southwest Studies
Firehouse #1 with crew of Montrose Fire Department
 Courtesy Fort Lewis College, Center of Southwest Studies

Dave Wood Magnolia Livery & Stable, Montrose, Colorado- circa 1900-1930- Byers Photo- Courtesy Fort Lewis College, Center of Southwest Studies

Dave Wood Magnolia Livery & Stable, Montrose, Colorado
Courtesy Fort Lewis College, Center of Southwest Studies

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Montrose, Colorado
Membership Information

 

Founded in 1890, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-profit, non-political volunteer organization whose mission is to educate, promote patriotism, and preserve American history.  Annually, DAR volunteers contribute over 60,000 hours to veterans, award thousands of dollars in scholarships to students, and donate over one million dollars to underprivileged schools.

The DAR welcomes all women, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who are at least 18 years of age and can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolutionary War.

 

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Uncompahgre Valley Chapter meetings are held the second Saturday of the month, from September through May.

For more information, please contact:

Email: Evelyn Kiser, regent
 

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National Society DAR
President General

2016-2019
Ann Turner Dillon
"Moving Forward in Service to America"

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Colorado State Society DAR State Regent
2015-2017
Peggy Norton
"Moving Forward in Service with Charity to America !"

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