Rainier Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution | 800 East Roy Street, Seattle, WA 98102
Organized September 20, 1895 | Charter No. 155 Granted December 13, 1895
RAINIER CHAPTER HOUSE
Corner Stone Ceremony January 11, 1925
Construction Completed April 24, 1925
Daughters of Rainier Chapter are members of the oldest and largest women's patriotic and lineage organization in the world.
Pictured above is our Chapter House which was built in 1925. As a Capitol Hill landmark, it serves as a meeting place for Rainier Daughters to support our National Society's objectives. We meet eleven months out of the year and our activities include participation at ROTC graduation ceremonies at Seattle University and the University of Washington, awarding certificates for community conservation, community service, and DAR Good Citizen. We also contribute to the support of six DAR schools located throughout the United States and Native American cultural education. Our Chapter members are also involved in service to our veterans. In addition we participate at the George Washington Memorial Ceremony in February of each year at the University of Washington.
Our chapter has a special tea in February to honor students who participate in the American History contest sponsored by our National Society. Scholarships for graduating high school seniors, and continuing education students are available through the Chapter, our State Society and our National Society.
This page was last updated July 15, 2011