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 "Mitz-Khan-A-Khan" Chapter
   Ventura County, California

Located on the coast of California, Ventura is 
about sixty (60) miles north of Los Angeles, California. 

Chapter History

      Our Chapter was organized February 20, 1931. Our name,  
Mitz-Khan-A-Khan was the name the 
Chumash Indians
called our area.  

 

  We honor our charter members, all now deceased. 
They established the course to carry forth the goals and ideals for 
which the Daughters of the American Revolution stand. 
The record of chapter accomplishments 
has only been possible through the whole hearted efforts of 
our chapter officers, chairwomen, and members alike. 

Chapter Motto

Let us merit the pride of our forefathers
As they have merited our pride in them.

General Information

               Meetings are held on the fourth (4th) Thursday 
                 of each month from September through May, at  11: 00 am.  

                 Exceptions no November meeting ,

                    December meeting is the first Thursday of the month. 


               For meeting location and time, please contact Pauline Drury.

 

 

Prospective Members Contact: Patti Bagley

 

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       The current society statistics are: "over 175,000 
members worldwide" and "3,000 chapters." 

 

 

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Last updated on 06/13/2014