Olde Towne Fenton Chapter, NSDAR
Promoting the DAR Mission of Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism in our Communities and the State of
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women's
service organization comprising 3,000 chapters and over 185,000 members.
The Olde Towne Fenton Chapter, NSDAR, is one of the newer chapters in the state of Missouri.
In early 2000, Missouri State Regent Carole Farmer saw a need for a new chapter in the growing area of
Fenton. Carol Pearcy Howard, a former chapter regent of the O'Fallon Chapter, NSDAR, undertook the assignment of organizing a new chapter.
Through her diligence, the Olde Towne Fenton Chapter, NSDAR, was formally organized on December 2, 2000, with 17 organizing members.
The chapter has accomplished much in its short years, and is committed to growing in membership, expanding service to the
Fenton community, and fulfilling to the best of its abilities the NSDAR objectives of promoting patriotism by preserving past
history, enhancing the present, and supporting education to invest in America's future.
Early chapter meetings were held in the historic Navajo Hotel building in "Olde Towne Fenton," pictured above.
Our members reside in Fenton and areas of south and west St. Louis County, as well as St. Louis City, northern
Jefferson County, and other nearby areas. We currently have over 125 members with many prospective members working on their
The Olde Towne Fenton Chapter, NSDAR, meets on the first Saturday of each month from September - May. Our meetings are open to
the public and welcome those who want to learn more about DAR and how to become a member. For more information
about our meeting times and location, please email our chapter
2020-2021 Olde Towne Fenton Officers
First Vice Regent--Kathy Givens
Second Vice Regent--Debra Rahn
Recording Secretary--Donna Barnes
Corresponding Secretary--Patti Hurst
Historian--Ann Boyd Briggs
Custodian of Flags--Lisa Barnes
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