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       Hunt's Spring Chapter, NSDAR

            Huntsville, Alabama


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Welcome to the Hunt's Spring Chapter,
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

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Who We Are

We are a group of active, thinking, caring women dedicated to activities that matter. We are non-partisan, patriotic, and committed to encouraging pride in and knowledge of our country’s history and heritage. 

A number of our members serve as state and national officers, and are active on state and national committees. Our chapter consistently wins awards for our activities.

The Hunt's Spring Chapter has 200 members in the Huntsville/ Madison area. Membership includes juniors (ages 18 to 35), mother-daughter pairs, sisters, multiple generations, and plenty of friends. We meet on the first Thursday of the month, generally at the Huntsville Public Library; guests are welcome. Please contact us for more information.

We provide help to prospective members interested in tracing lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution.  Please contact our Registrar if you are interested in joining us, or would like to learn more about what we do. We welcome the active participation of new members.
What We Do

The Hunt’s Spring chapter supports activities promoting conservation, education, historic and genealogical preservation, literacy promotion, and patriotism.
 KDS DAR School Children, photo by Carol Sivley
We host a party each year for residents of the Floyd E. "Tut" Fann State Veterans Home, and we sponsor a class at the Kate Duncan Smith DAR School in Grant, Alabama.

Our chapter honors local persons who have made a positive impact on the community, and we sponsor student competitions for historic and patriotic endeavors. Each month we offer member programs highlighting history, education, conservation, the military, our government, or women’s issues.




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