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 NSDAR Westfield Chapter | Westfield, New Jersey
 National Society Daughters of the American Revolution


 About the Westfield Chapter...

The Westfield Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in March 3,1920, with approximately 23 members. Our chapter has a continuous history of contributing to the DAR projects. The projects include the Kate D. Smith Day School in Alabama, Tamassee School in South Carolina and Bacone Indian College in Oklahoma. It also supports three beautiful buildings in Washington, D.C., Memorial Continental Hall which houses the DAR Library and period State Rooms, a Museum, and Constitution Hall.


Chapter Officers:

Regent, Lisa Kane

  First Vice Regent, Lorene Y. Knierim
  Second Vice Regent, Kathryn McElroy
  Chaplain, Diana Kazazis
   Recording Secretary, Anne B. Horan
   Treasurer, Julie Tarr
  NJDAR State Lineage Research Chairman, Ruth Ryno
    Librarian & Historian, Lauramae W. Cutler
    Advisor, Stephanie S. Mannino

 The officers serve two year terms to oversee the community activities of the Chapter. These include support to the Westfield Memorial Library, the Revolutionary Cemetery, Mindowaskin Park, Westfield student achievements in American History and
Citizenship, Girl Scouts, and veterans at the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home in Menlo Park.

Website last updated July 14, 2012 |