DAR Headquarters 
Memorial Continental Hall
Washington, D.C.

 

Today’s DAR video

This video, hosted on YouTube, highlights the vibrant, active organization the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is today.

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We invite and welcome you to attend any of the Cabarrus Black Boys Chapter NSDAR meetings or events and meet our Daughters. If you would like to attend a chapter meeting or event or to learn more, please email our chapter.

 

*Meetings are held on Wednesdays and some Saturdays. Our weekday meetings are at 3:30 p.m. with one evening meeting and several Saturday meetings. Following are some of the programs and speakers we have had at past meetings.

 

Hosting Speaker on Many Topics

 

Many of the chapter’s monthly meetings feature a speaker on historical, patriotic, genealogy, or women’s health subjects. Some of the recent topics were:

 

Community Service

Grief Share

Healing Touch

Women’s Health

The Military Order of the  Purple Heart

Tamassee DAR School

Armed Forces Day—Folds of the Flag Ceremony—ROTC

American Indian Speaker

Genealogy Workshop

DNA Workshop

DAR Good Citizens Awards Reception

St. John’s Heritage Center

Hezekiah Alexander Homesite

Pictures for the site provided by chapter members, Historic Cabarrus Association and The Lore Room at Cannon Memorial Library.

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Site Last Updated:  January 9, 2019