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      Each meeting has a special speaker and includes includes a devotional, patriotic exercises, and information about the President General's Message, a Women's Health Minute, and a National Defense Report.

Special annual programs include:

     A CELEBRATION of CONSTITUTION WEEK, September 17-23.  The community is invited.
                    20 September 2017 Speaker:  Mr. Barney Lamar, Caretaker at Horn Creek Church

                    Top students in local schools will receive recognition and the Chapter's DAR Good Citizen is honored.

     A joint meeting in March with the Henry Middleton and Trenton Chapters from Aiken and the Old Edgefield District Chapter from Edgefield.

Other program topics for the coming year include:

       The History of Tea
       Preserving Food in Colonial America
       DNA 101
       Women's Roles in 18th Century South Carolina
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Collect clothes and other gently used items for the Thrift Store
Gifts for the children at Christmas
Collect Campbell Soup labels and
Boxtops for Education
to suport their fundraisers

Financial support throughout the year
South Carolina-Grace Ward Calhoun Hall"Tamassee's First Lady"
Supporting the educational programs in our local schools through essay contests, citizenship awards, scholarship and ROTC recognition.
Daughters provide the local Veterans Hospital with gifts, stamps and stationery, and clothing needs at Christmas and during the year.
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If you are interested in joining the Martintown Road Chapter, contact our Regent or Registrar for more information.

The "Pack a Snack" Project is one way we support our local community's law enforcement members.  Once a month Daughters supply our local police department offices with nutritious snacks the officers can grab and eat on the run when they are too busy to stop for a meal.
Daughters cut local newspapers' food coupons and they are sent to our service men and women for use at the PX both home and abroad.  Those coupons sent abroad are valid even if they have expired up to six months before.  Service families as far away as Japan have written to say thanks and tell how they have used and shared these out-of-date coupons on base.