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Our Emblem is a golden wheel banded with deepest blue, each shining spoke tipped with a star, the distaff shining through. The only jewel in the world that money cannot buy without such proof of ancestry as no one can deny. The golden wheel of the insignia represents a spinning wheel, the platinum or white gold distaff represents flax, the blue rim and the distaff carry the colors of the society, and the stars represent the original colonies. "The DAR Insignia is the property of and is copyrighted by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution."
Our Chapter was organized on May 19, 1973 and celebrated its 25th Anniversary with 65 active members in 1998. We are proud to advocate a wide spectrum of activities which promote a better understanding of our country's history, heritage and future.
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