Objective: Education and preservation of vital natural resources.

Objective: Assist a potential member in obtaining the required documentation for membership.

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The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest encourages and rewards the qualities of good citizenship. The program is open to all senior class students enrolled in accredited public or private secondary schools that are in good standing with their state boards of education. United States citizenship is not required.

Cyndy Sweeney, Pennsylvania State Regent

DAR Good Citizen award recipients honored Education

In order to help you in your general genealogy research and to assist with the DAR membership process, please explore our (GRS). The GRS is a free resource provided by the NSDAR that includes a collection of databases that provides access to the many materials obtained by the DAR since its founding in 1890.

Daughters of the American Revolution chapter honors essay contest Good Citizen Awards

Objective: Advocate a strong American military defense and unwavering faithfulness to the ideals of the Founding Fathers as codified in the Constitution. Present a three minute report on National Defense at all regular chapter meetings.
(Materials supplied by NSDAR and Cooch’s Bridge Chapter.)

DAR Good Citizen Award Winners The Toccoa Record


2013 Christopher Columbus Winner - From Archbishop Mitty High School

We welcome new members to our California chapters! Please complete our so that our state membership chairman may contact you and direct you to a DAR chapter in your area. If you prefer, you may contact our directly.

2013 Good Citzen Award Winner - From Prospect High School

in the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) is an excellent way to honor and preserve the legacy of your patriot ancestor. When you become a member, you have the opportunity to contribute to your community through historic preservation, education, and patriotism while making life-long friends.

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Join us! The California DAR has 113 chapters statewide. You are eligible for membership if you can prove lineal descent from a Revolutionary War patriot who aided in achieving American independence. Help is available to document your lineage and to fill out the membership application.

1. Ann Lee February 29, 1736-September 8, 1784

Would you like to be a member of a women’s service organization whose patriot ancestors made possible our American independence? Add to that a heritage of service in historic preservation, promotion of education, and encouragement of patriotism, and you have Women of diverse backgrounds, aged eighteen and older, who want to play an active role in their communities while making new friends, are today's Daughters. As one member states, "To learn I could become a part of the DAR changed my life. I've made friendships for a lifetime."

2. Lucretia Mott January 3, 1793-November 11, 1880

5. Women in most of the western states won the right to vote years before the Federal Amendment was secured. 2010 is the 100th anniversary of women in Washington State winning the vote. California will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women winning he vote in 2011. Oregon will celebrate the 100th anniversary in 2012. What other state will celebrate the 100th anniversary of women in this state winning the right to vote in 2012?

3. Abbey Kelly Foster January 15, 1810-January 14, 1887

a. the work women did during the Second World War
b. the anniversary of women winning the right to vote
c. the flappers of the 1920’s
d. the contemporary women’s rights movement