Committees allow our members to fulfill the objectives of the
National  Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

 Below are a few of the committees to support the chapter operations:


  Chapter Achievement Awards:


Provides recognition for members and chapters who have been successful in supporting the DAR's varied programs and activities.


  Friends of the Library:


Works on important fundraising tools to assist the Library and the Seimes Technology Center, located at NSDAR in Washington, D.C., with special projects.




Oversees the proper use and placement of the insignia, official ribbon, and placement of the various service bars and pins; reviews all proposals for new pins.


  Junior Membership:


Involved in gaining new Junior members and helping them become well-informed members; encourages active participation in all phases of DAR service and supports the national committee's official fundraising project, the Helen Pouch Memorial Fund.


  Lineage Research:


Knowledgeable members research for source documentation to assist prospective members in completing their applications, and conduct workshops.




The Membership Committee recruits and welcomes new members, educates all chapter members about DAR programs and activities which promote DAR objectives.


  Units Overseas:


Promotes the organizing of new overseas chapters, and provides assistance and support to existing chapters.


  Volunteer Genealogists:


Conduct genealogist workshops with existing members and assists prospective members with research and completion of applications.


  Volunteer Information Specialist:


DAR members serve in the capacity of providing computer and technology skills. They also design and maintain the chapter's public and Members' Websites.







Standing Rules & Bylaws; Yearbook/Directory; Newsletter Editor; Printing Distribution; Hospitality; Electronic Communications; Chapter Private Facebook page