The Troy Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was organized on March 28, 1914. As a centennial chapter, we have been involved in many activities over the years, including marking local historic sites and graves, organizing a Red Cross unit, and donating to and volunteering at our local hospital, schools, garden clubs, and city and county parks.
Recently, the Troy Chapter NSDAR has focused on patriotism, education, and historic preservation in our community by:
high school DAR Good Citizens and local veterans at an annual recognition brunch.
conservation and community volunteers.
historic and genealogical societies.
Participating with –
local events such as parades and festivals.
Missouri State Society DAR events (State Conference, Cameo Tea, Wheeling for Healing, and State Headquarter events).
Genealogical Workshops –
open to members and prospective members and the general public.
held in a variety of locations, including genealogical libraries and reading rooms.
literacy through volunteering and donating books and supplies.
active-duty military through our Project Patriot package donations.
military veterans through donations of money and material, and the Quilt of Valor program.
Commemorating Special Events –
Fourth of July.
special community events.