Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Fall Forums on Wait List

Regent Diane Kuebert sends the below message:

FYI – Fall Forums:

NC State Vice Regent Carole Weiss has informed her that there is now a wait list at Goldsboro, Morganton, and anticipated Durham as well for the upcoming Fall Forums. The response to the online registration has been good. For those who have not yet put your check in the mail, please hurry and make sure you send it to Terry Ward at the address listed below no later than August 12, or you will lose your place on the wait list.

 Fall Forum Registration Chair        
 313 N. Atlantic Ave., 
 Southport, NC, 28461

Monday, August 1, 2016

Deadline August 5 for 2016 Fall Forums!


 The 2016 Fall Forums on August 25, 26, and 27.

All NC Daughters are invited to attend any of the Forums. Chapter officers will find it beneficial to attend the workshop(s) offered by their corresponding State Officer. If a chapter officer is unable to attend, chapters are encouraged to invite another member to go in her stead. Chapters are encouraged to have at least one member attend as many workshops as possible in order to better understand the work of the State Society.
Open the 2016 Fall Forum Workshops PDF document to view a description of each workshop being offered.
Open the 2016 Fall Forum Workshop Schedule PDF document to view the schedule for each location. Please view the schedule in your preferred location before registering.
NOTE: GOLDSBORO LOCATION IS AT CAPACITY and registrations are no longer being accepted at that location.
The registration deadline is August 5, 2016. Preregistration is required.
IMPORTANT information about registering: Most workshops are being given at the same time in all three locations. Variations are noted in parentheses in the registration form. Please make sure that you sign up for a workshop that is offered in your chosen location. After you click SUBMIT, please mail your registration fee ONLY in the amount of $20 (check payable to "NCSDAR Treasurer") to Teresa Ward at the address in the form. Preregistration is required. You will be emailed a confirmation of your registration once your check has been received.
Click here to register for one of the Fall Forums.
  • Registration 8:30am
  • Opening 9:00am
  • Lunch 11:30am
Date City and Host Location Information
August 25, 2016
Sponsored by
Quaker Meadows Chapter
First United Methodist Church
200 N King Street
Morganton, NC 28655
August 26, 2016
Chapel Hill
Sponsored by
Davie Poplar Chapter
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
549 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27707
August 27, 2016
Sponsored by
David Williams Chapter
First Pentecostal Holiness Church
1100 The First Church Road
Goldsboro, NC 27534
NOTE: GOLDSBORO LOCATION IS AT CAPACITY and registrations are no longer being accepted at that location.

American Spirit Magazine

The Brunswick Town Chapter made the American Spirit Magazine – Bronze Level, and
the DAR Magazine Award, for the Chapter with 100 or more members subscribing to the
magazine. The magazine will provide enjoyment all year long and to order: visit us online at or, call the toll-free number 1 (866) 327–6242.

District VII Meetings

Annual Meeting, July 25th, Cape Carteret
Annual Meeting Registration Deadline is July 11
Fall Forum, August 27th, Goldsboro
There are two District VII meetings over the summer. Try to attend the District VII Annual meeting and Fall Forum. The North Carolina State Officers will be at both meetings, bringing DAR information that you will not want to miss. For now, save the above two dates on your calendar.

If anyone is interested in carpooling please email Diane Kuebert, Regent, and we can see who would be interested in driving. 

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Deepest Felt Sympathy to Lucia Lister

Deepest sympathy is extended to member Lucia Lister whose husband of 64 years, Leo J. Lister passed away last month. Below is the Obituary that appeared in the newspaper. Mr. Lister was such an accomplished and interesting man as shown in the write up.

Brunswick Town Chapter NSDAR Hosts Naturalization Reception in Southport

Our Chapter once again sponsored the reception for 106 immigrants who became American citizens. Below are some pictures taken by Carol Jutte’s husband commemorating this special occasion. There were 106 American Citizens who were honored at the ceremony. Diane and Carol, dressed in Colonial attire, handed out American Flags and Constitution Bookmarks. Carol cools off in front of the fridge! Shown are the chapter “worker bees!”



Tuesday, July 12, 2016


The RSVP Deadline is Approaching!

We need you to attend this
incredible, history-making event!

You Are Invited to Witness SAR History as We Charter the SAR's First African-American Chapter, Patriot Isaac Carter, on September 3, 2016 in Havlock, NC.

What an honor we have in North Carolina to charter the Patriot Isaac Carter chapter as our State Society's 27th chapter and 1st predominately African-American chapter in the United States.

Date:       Saturday, September 3, 2016

Time:      5:30pm - 8:30pm

Place:     Inside the air-conditioned Havelock Tourist & Event Center
               201 Tourist Center Drive, Havelock, NC 28532

Dinner:   Tickets are $25 and include a buffet supper of Good Ole Eastern Carolina Pork BBQ and Fried Chicken with all the fixings (cole slaw, potato salad, hushpuppies, banana pudding, pecan pie, and iced tea)!

Contact:   Guy Higgins at 252-327-7752 or

RSVP:   You can download the RSVP form and more information here on this website link:

Hotels:  Hampton Inn, Havelock – Non-smoking rooms with either a king-size or two queen-size beds are available for $110 (not including tax) per night.  Discounts are also available for suites if desired.  Contact the Hampton Inn at 252-447-9400 (Fax 252-447-9455).

             Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Havelock – Single rooms are available for $99 per night; executive suites for $109.00 per night; family suites for $139.00 per night, and the Presidential Suite for $169.00 per night (all rate do not include tax). Contact the Holiday Inn at 252-247-5001 (Fax 252-247-5225).

Watch the video about the Patriot Isaac Carter chapter chartering and history here: