Dripping Springs DAR chapter organized


Local DAR chapter organized

SARAH POUND CHAPTER DAR ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING, NOVEMBER 19, 2017, TERRACE CLUB, DRIPPING SPRINGS. Seated L-R: Sarah Pound Chapter Executive Board: Betty Wachsmann; Susan Finley; Mary Johnson; Karen Harris; Texas State Vice Regent Susan

Tillman; Chapter Organizing Regent Marilyn McGlamery; Genny Williams; Susan Driver; Deborah Powers; Karen Goodin; M’Lou Bell
Standing L-R: Texas DAR State Officers: Barbara Petrov; Susan Francis; Kay Alston; Gabrielle Hadyka; Marcy Carter-Lovick; Zia Lowe; Marilyn Loop. SUBMITTED PHOTO


The National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) organized a Dripping Springs chapter, just prior to years end, and will begin regular meetings in 2018, at the Terrace Club.

The DAR is a non-profit, non- political volunteer women’s service organization founded in 1890. It is dedicated to securing America’s future through historic preservation, better education for the youth of America, and promoting patriotism.

The local chapter was named after Sarah Pound. “In selecting the name of the new chapter, the membership chose to honor Sarah Pound who was a member of one of the three original families who settled Dripping Springs.” DAR Chapter Regent Marilyn McGlamery said. “Our chapter organized with 83 members, which makes it one of the largest new chapters ever in Texas.”

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