Our Chapter Officers
Vice Regent -
Kathleen "Kathy" Revak
Recording Secretary -
Secretary - Cynthia "Cindee" Delavara
- Cynthia "Cindy" Daniels
José María Amador Chapter Supports Tri-Valley Activities
José María Amador Chapter has 42 members. Our members are dedicated sponsors of the American History Essay contest for students of the 6th, 7th and 8th grades, DAR Good Citizens, which are high school seniors selected by their Principals, Senior Counselors and peers from Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon schools and are honored during February of each year. These recipients are young people who exhibit leadership, dependability, service and patriotism in their daily lives. Our chapter also is the sponsor of Captain Molly Corbin Society of the Children of the American Revolution.
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The José María Amador Chapter, NSDAR is committed to preservation of our heritage. Specifically, our members devote countless hours to three valuable efforts - conservation of natural resources, support of the DAR Museum and, of course, genealogy.
Conservation of Natural Resources
Our "Penny for Pines" bell is circulated at each Chapter meeting, with contributions directed to various local environmental groups. We are committed to preserving our precious natural resources, and each member is encouraged to use recycling programs.
Support of the DAR Museum
The NSDAR headquarters in Washington, D.C. houses an impressive museum dedicated to the preservation of fine and decorative arts made or used in the United States between 1700 and 1850. The "Friends of the Museum Committee" provides members with an opportunity to "Adopt-An-Object" and support its restoration. Contact the NSDAR Museum if you would like to preserve a piece of America's past for America's future.
Our members LOVE GENEALOGY and belong to a wide variety of local and state genealogical organizations and historical societies. Whether you need information and or assistance, our members are here to help.
The NSDAR Library
Of course, if you are in the Washington, D.C. area, the
DAR Library at 1776 "D" Street is a "must see" on your itinerary. The library is a comprehensive facility for historical and genealogical research. The collection includes local history in America, embracing state, county, town and church materials, genealogies, biographies and vital records. These histories provide the link in connecting ancestors of the Revolutionary period with today's descendants.
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