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National Society Theme

2010-2013

“Preserve the Past, Enhance the Present and Invest in the Future.”

NSDAR National Symbol

 

 

Maryland Society Theme

2009-2012

"Harmony with faith, family and friends."

Maryland Society DAR State Symbol

musical eighth notes

 

Welcome to Delmarva in Chesapeake Bay Country! Nanticoke Daughters invite you to visit historic Somerset County, Maryland--only 100 miles from Constitution Hall--to experience Eastern Shore hospitality. 


World War II    Memorial

Washington, D.C.

 
Nanticoke Chapter is proud to have participated in the Daughters of the American Revolution's effort of honoring individuals who participated in World War II by enrolling them in the World War II Registry  - a national program put together by the National World War II Memorial. Members, chapters, and state societies of the NSDAR donated more than a quarter of a million dollars to this tremendous endeavor. 

 

We have a WWII veteran in our chapter, Mrs. Margaret Ann Larsen, a lineal descendant of Martin Bowles, a soldier in the Maryland Line of the Continental Army.

 

               

DAR Headquarters link          Maryland Society link

 

 

NSDAR Emblem-The Wheel

 

The Hub-  A daughter's loyal heart;

Each Spoke - A thought of those who part;

The Rim - A noble life's bright round;

Each Star - A deed in Heaven's profound;

The Distaff - A guide that points above;

Each Flaxen Thread - A cord of love.

 

Maryland State Scripture

"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity."
                                                                          Psalm 133:1          

 

Nanticoke is pleased to have Nanticoke member Tommie Lee Dingbaum serve as Maryland State Curator and to recognize Nanticoke associate member Suzanne Smith as Maryland State Chaplain.

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Last updated 23 August 2010