Our Mission is Historic Preservation, Education and Patriotism.

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, volunteer women's service organization founded in 1890 by a small group of patriotic women. Worldwide, there are 3,000 chapters and 185,000 members.

The General Richard Butler Chapter NSDAR was founded in 1920.  We have approximately 75 members comprised of women who are active and passionate about community service, preserving history, and educating children.  Our members have varied backgrounds and span the whole spectrum of ages, from 19 to 100. We are involved in various professions from college students, teachers, professional working women, retirees, mothers, and grandmothers.  We meet eight times per year on the first or second Saturday of the month.  No meetings are held in January, February, July or August.  Come to a meeting and get to know us. You will want to join our chapter. For meeting information contact our 

VETERANS

We sponsor volunteers at the Abie Abraham Medical Center.  We host Bingo for the local patients.  We buy gifts for two veterans at Christmas.  We thank them for their service.

PROJECT PATRIOT

Needed supplies are sent to our active military.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Our National Headquarters in Washington, D.C., houses a museum and many artifacts. 

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Updated 6/29/2019

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