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Hundreds of women have belonged to our chapter over three centuries. We feel it is an honor to be able to keep the memory and ideals alive of our patriot ancestors. We hope those that scarified so much hundreds of years ago would be proud of our chapter’s achievements today. Some of which are:

  • Providing items of comfort to wounded service men and women at the Landstuhl Military Hospital
  • Donating items to the VA Hospital
  • Donating to the Fisher House at the VA Hospital
  • Donating to and participating in “Wreaths Across America”
  • Donating to the various interests of the National Society and PA State Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Displaying our patriot’s names at Citizens library
  • Supporting disadvantaged children at the DAR Schools
  • Acting as guardian for the Madonna of the Trail monument, making donations to benefit her, and establishing an Adopt-a-Highway program on the roadsides around the Madonna site
  • Making donations to the Washington County Historical Society, Citizens Library, and the Genealogical Society of Southwestern Pennsylvania
  • Donating the NSDAR magazine, “American Spirit” to local public libraries
  • Tending to the Memorial dedicated to all Revolutionary War Soldiers at the Washington Cemetery, and more

While we are an active chapter, a portion of each meeting, and at least one meeting a year, is purely social. We welcome the ideas and suggestions of our members and feel each member is important even if, for whatever reason, a member may not be able to fully participate in chapter activities. We keep all of our members informed by distributing chapter Newsletters throughout the year.