Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Brunswick Town Chapter Celebrates 36 Years

The Brunswick Town Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold their January 11, 2012 meeting at Trinity United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall on 209 East Nash Street, Southport, NC. The guest speaker is Fran Carlsen. She will be speaking about the completion of the master questionnaire, which will be done electronically. The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. It is also the chapter’s birthday of 36 years. The Brunswick Town Chapter was started in 1976. Brunswick Town Chapter takes part in other celebrations, which includes the naturalization program and a flag retirement ceremony. The new citizens are welcomed with flags and gifts. Our chapter supports the veterans with many activities, and the members continue to show strong support for our military. We work closely with our communities, DAR schools, neighborhood schools and the Literacy Council. We give out Good Citizens and JROTC awards. We have scholarship and essay contests, and we have Native American projects. We constantly help with the education of our citizens to learn more about our patriots, our government, our Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. We publish a chapter newsletter and pamphlet. We have a chapter website http://www.ncdar.org/brunswicktownchapter.htm  which is linked to our chapter blog:  http://darbrunswicktownchapter.blogspot.com//  Anyone interested in finding out more about joining the DAR should visit the sites to see what it is all about. You can also phone our registrar Jackie Craft at (910) 755-7563.
Under Blog Archive click on August and view the newly
added list of books in our DAR Library posted by librarian,
Susan Hadenchuk.or click on  http://www.ncdar.org/brunswicktownchapter.htm
to get to the chapter web site.

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