members are invited to visit our chapter, which meets on the first Saturday of each month, September through May. |
Meetings include opening ceremonies, an informative program, break for refreshments, and our business meeting.
Each of our meetings has interesting and varied programs centered on
DAR objectives of historic preservation, education, and patriotism as
well as women's issues and conservation.
The chapter periodically tours historical Missouri buildings and
residences. Past trips have included Roslyn Heights, Missouri State Society Headquarters
in Boonville, Holy Family Catholic Church in Cahokia, Illinois, and Anheuser House in Kimmswick, Missouri.
Our chapter participates annually in a Flag Day Luncheon along with Troy Chapter, O'Fallon Chapter, and St. Charles Chapter.
A great way to learn more about DAR membership is by visiting DAR social media websites. Additional
information about DAR is available at:
National Society DAR and Missouri
State Society DAR.
For assistance with your DAR application, please contact us.
Our chapter registrar is eager to assist prospective members with the
DAR membership application process and the documents needed for
More information about Today's DAR may also be found on:
Each member of the DAR is a lineal descendant of a patriot who gave aid or served as a soldier in the
For membership eligibility, visit the National
Society Daughters of the American Revolution web site. You may check whether your patriot ancestor is listed in the DAR
patriot database on the NSDAR
Genealogical Research System.