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Indiana County Chapter
Indiana, PA

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

The Indiana County Chapter was organized July 4, 1919, in Indiana, Pennsylvania.

Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month in September, October, November, December, April, May, and June. The March meeting recognizes the Flag of United States of America displays in the area, both commercial and residential.

The Indiana County Chapter NSDAR supports American Indian Schools, donates to the James Van Zandt Veterans Medical Center, and sends gifts to Crossnore DAR School. Our chapter also donates to the support of Kate Duncan Smith DAR School, Tamassee DAR School, Berry College, Hillside School, Hindman Settlement School, Bacone College, and Chemawa Indian School.

What is DAR? The Daughters of the American Revolution is a volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting Patriotism, preserving American History, and securing America's future through better education for children, from small towns to metropolitan areas. DAR members make a difference in their communities. Spanning three centuries of service, DAR's mission remains relevant, even in this changing world.

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