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Eulalona Chapter

 “When white settlers first visited the present site of Klamath Falls, Ore. they found a populous Indian village at the lower end of the Upper Klamath Lake where its waters enter the Link River.

Eulalona,

the name of this first known settlement in the locality, was chosen as a fitting designation for an organization devoted to the preservation of the history of our nation and locality.”

(From the first meeting minutes of the Eulalona Chapter.)

Organized June 21, 1922

Charter members were:

Carmel Barnthouse, Mary Mahala Craig, Katherine Bailey Doe, Mariam Winchester Eberlein, Lora Fuller Evans, Bernice Stonestreet Ferris, Helen Fisher, Carrie Imogene Hampton, Nellie Rose Jones, Rosella Kuykendall, Mae Clariece Worden Mason, Madge F. Sloan, Rachel Applegate Good, Nellie Wattenburg and Alice Vaughn Morgan Wright

 

Eulalona has the distinct honor of placing the first permanent marker at a historical site in Klamath County.

 

 

 

Mrs. Nellie Wattenburg

Organizing Regent of

Eulalona Chapter

Chapter Regent

1922-1925

Each meeting of Eulalona Chapter includes time to socialize with local daughters, the DAR standard agenda and a

program of interest to members.

 

The Eulalona Chapter meets on the second Tuesday of the month

September - May.

Please contact us for more information.

Guests are always welcome!

Eulalona Chapter participates in many community activities!

Below are just a few examples of our activities.

Laying of the wreath ceremony at the

Veterans Memorial on Memorial Day

Pie booth at the Klamath County Fair.

This is our annual fundraiser to obtain funds for our various community projects.

 

Eulalona Chapter in the

4th of July parade.

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