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Daughters of the American Revolution
Sunset in Chico
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Chico Chapter DAR holds meetings on the second Saturday of each month from September through May.
Warm greetings from Chico Chapter regent Juliann Clarke. You may email me at the far right for more information.
Email our regent to find out about our next meeting time and place!
DAR offers encouragement to assist in historic preservation, and to preserve important places, documents, and records of the past.
It offers an incentive to become involved in conservation of our natural resources and to make a difference by doing so.
The DAR gives members an opportunity for service in many areas.
DAR offers an opportunity to meet new people with similar interests, develop friendships, and to join with others in promoting the ideals of patriotism and love of country.
DAR offers an opportunity to work with the youth of this great country through educational programs.
Local chapters present contests and awards for elementary and high school students. DAR schools are supported by the membership.
You may attend any of our meetings as our guest. Come check us out!
DAR is a non-profit, non-political women's volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education.
We invite you to look through our website to find out more about our chapter and how you can become a Daughter of the American Revolution.
Chico chapter has a membership of over 80 women who look forward to welcoming you as a potential new member. We are dedicated to help you join!
Organized in 1922 -- Still proudly serving Chico in the 21st century.
Annual Memorial Day wreath laying
Preservation of Bayliss Library