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Welcome to the Rebecca Galloway Chapter, Fairborn, Ohio


    The Rebecca Galloway Chapter was organized on February 1, 1971.  Throughout its existence, chapter members have participated and continue to be involved in numerous and widely varying activities to promote patriotism in our schools and community service related activities.


What is the DAR?

    The Daughters of the American Revolution was established in 1890.  It is founded on the tenets of patriotism, historical preservation, and education.  Besides the national organization in Washington, DC, each state has a chapter and here in Ohio, there are chapters in most counties.  Chapters usually meet once a month, and have a variety of informative programs.  Members have the opportunity to participate on committees that serve the local, state, and national communities through many programs. 


Why join the DAR?

    The DAR gives members an opportunity for service in many areas.  It is a way to join with other members in trying to make America a better place to live.  It offers a great opportunity to work with the youth of this great country through the educational programs offered by the NSDAR.  It offers encouragement to become active in the community, to assist in historical preservation, and to help preserve important documents and records of the past.  It offers an opportunity to meet new people with similar interests, develop friendships, and to join with others who cherish the priceless heritage enjoyed by all while promoting the ideals of patriotism and love of country.  In addition, it offers an incentive to become involved in conservation of our natural resources and to make a difference by doing so.


Click here to send an e-mail message with your general membership questions to our Membership Chairman.

Click here to send an e-mail message about DAR membership applications to our Registrar.


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Page last updated: 08/27/2009 08:38 AM

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