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Stevens Point Chapter

National Society

of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Stevens Point, WI

“On the Banks of the Wisconsin River”

The Stevens Point Chapter was organized on 4 June 1898 and the sister-daughters recently celebrated our 112 years of "Tapestry of Service".

The Chapter meets the third week of each month (Wednesday or Saturday), September to December and February to May; Chapter Officers meet in June, August, and January.

In fulfilling the NSDAR mission of patriotism, historical preservation and education the chapter:

· celebrates Flag Day, June 14, and conducts a Flag Retirement Ceremony every other year.

· participates in the Stevens Point July Independence Day parade and distributes flags to parade watchers

· serves veterans and spouses at Wisconsin King Veterans Home sponsoring two Bingo events

· observes Constitution Week in September with a month long display in the Charles M. White Public Library

· participates in Wreaths Across America held in December, at the Korean War Memorial at Lake Pacawa, Plover, WI. The chapter lays the wreaths on veterans’ graves after the ceremony.

· presents the DAR-ROTC Award to a graduating UW-SP senior at the ROTC Military Ball in March

· sponsors high school seniors as Good Citizens, seniors and college students who apply for DAR Scholarships and students writing essays in the American History and Christopher Columbus contests

· nominates community citizens for DAR Conservation Medal and Community Service Awards

· supports with monies, volunteer hours and ideas Fort Winnebago Surgeons’ Quarters, the property owned by WSDAR

· sponsors the Thomas Omans Society, N.S.C.A.R. for children, 21 and younger who lineally descend from a Revolutionary War Patriot

Chapter Officers
Chapter Office Officer Name
Regent Karen Wills Trzebiatowski
Vice Regent Karen Wills Trzebiatowski
Chaplain Ruth Swan Steffen
Recording Secretary Barbara Regling Jordanger
Corresponding Secretary Barbara West Kiser
Registrar Nancy Cherveny Underbakke
Historian Phyllis Teske Grebe
Librarian Charlene Strothman Larson
Treasurer Meg Blankschein






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and shine your light on education,



historic preservation



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“Let your light

so shine before all,

that they may see your good works..."
Matthew 5:16