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Captain Joshua Huddy Chapter, NSDAR

Ocean County, NJ
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution


Provide annual scholarships.
Contributed to the student loan funds.
Award DAR “Good Citizenship” and “American History” medals to numerous schools throughout Ocean County.
Provided hundreds of citizenship manuals to prospective citizens in Ocean County in 19 different languages.
Donated American Flags to Girl and Boy Scout Troops in Ocean County.
Contributed materials to Ellis Island.
Placed flags on members' graves at Memorial Day.
Several of our Ex-Regents have gone on to do further work at the state level.
Supported preservation of the California Redwood.
Provided for the Penny Pines at Chatsworth.
Provided for the Valley Forge Bell Tower.
Gave assistance to many needy families and made cash contributions to worthy children in approved schools in North Carolina and on Indian Reservations.
Awarded “Good Seamanship Medal” annually since 1933 to the outstanding cadet of Admiral Farragut Academy.
Aided boys of C.C.C. Camps.
Assisted servicemen of Lakehurst NAS and Fort Dix with “Buddy Bags” which were distributed before Christmas.
Founded March 8, 1930, by Mrs Virginia Watson Reeve, Regent and 18 members.
1932 Cherry tree plantings at Huddy Park, Toms River, to commemorate Arbor Day.
April 26,1950—Meeting opened with honorary gavel made from an apple tree from Huddy Park by the Carpenter Shop of Toms River High School.
There are probably more acts that we as a chapter have done, although not mentioned here. We have been a busy chapter during our first seventy years.


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