Phebe Greene Ward Chapter
"Moving Forward in Service to America" is the theme of the current National administration and is represented by the symbol of a silver arrow, oriented west to honor the many DAR members whose ancestors ventured beyond the Eastern Seaboard to settle the nation. The arrow salutes their desire to move forward, stretching America from the Atlantic to the Pacific. (written by Ann Turner Dillon, President General, NSDAR)
The ladies of the Phebe Greene Ward Chapter would like to welcome you to our website. We are a good size chapter with a large group of active ladies and would love to have you join us. We meet the third Wednesday of each month, at various locations such as historic museums and libraries throughout Westerly. Our meeting times range in time from month to month in order to try and accommodate all of our members.
Since we are an active and growing chapter in Rhode Island, this allows us to participate in numerous events such as: participating in parades in Westerly, Patriotic Sunday in the Park at Slater Park, Christmas at Daggett House, Genealogy workshops at the public library, and attending wreath laying ceremonies on Veterans Day.
Phebe Greene Ward Chapter Showing Pride on Memorial Day
God, Home, and Country
How do I become a member?
The national website (www.dar.org) will provide you with the information you need to get started. Also, please feel free to contact our regent or registrar (click on “Officers” page below).
Last Updated: October 23, 2016
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