GENERAL WILLIAM MAXWELL CHAPTER EVENTS
scholarships to historic restorations
to community volunteer projects,
DAR is helping to keep America strong.
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GENERAL CHAPTER MEETINGS
chapter meetings are held at 12:00 noon
on the first Saturday of October, November, December, February, March, April
and May. Please see our calendar below for details, and contact
us for the meeting location.
Our meetings are open to prospective members, members, and the general public. The meetings begin about 1:00 p.m. They are preceded by a luncheon. Reservations are required.
To contact us about attending one of our meetings, please contact
the General William Maxwell Chapter Secretary.
October 4, 2014–
Serendipity: Ancestors of our Chapter's Past and Present
November 1, 2014–
Rolling Thunder, Veterans' Support Group
December 6, 2013–
Christmas in the DAR Period Rooms
No meeting — Happy New Year!
March 7, 2015–
April 11, 2015 –
Charles Fineran, "Warren County Open Spaces and Historic Preservation."
May 2, 2015 –
Annual Business Meeting and Tea
Charlene Loux, "Colonial Medicinal Herbs"
June 6, 2015 –
Rutherford Hall Tour
Victorian Days (Belvidere, NJ) in September. Gen. Maxwell
Chapter members displayed DAR brochures and pictures about
local, state and national projects. A booth visitor chats
with member Judy Stoma and Regent Carolyn Schwender, learns
about the purpose of DAR membership and the ways to trace
a family's Patriot through a variety of internet and in-person
members (l to r) Elizabeth Drake-Shanahan, Judy Stoma (seated),
Carolyn Schwender and Janet Pascoe enjoyed the General Maxwell
Chapter's booth visitors while fielding questions and sharing
information about DAR and the chapter. Other members had earlier
decorated the straw hats and patriotic visors and caps at
a craft workshop as they prepared for their exhibits at Belvidere's
Annual Victorian Days.
The General William Maxwell Chapter is currently managing a project to restore the grave of our chapter namesake, General William Maxwell and the adjacent graves of his two brothers; Captain John Maxwell, Lt. Robert Maxwell and their wives. The graves of these Revolutionary Patriots are located in the Greenwich Presbyterian Cemetery, Stewartsville, NJ.
Contact the chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org for an information brochure on this project.