DAR District III meeting
The William Taylor Daughters of the American Revolution chapter — that consists of members located primarily in Brunswick, Lunenburg and Mecklenburg counties – had the largest attendance of any of the chapters attending the annual District III meeting held in August at Fuqua School in Farmville.
The William Taylor Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is very active in carrying out the objectives of the parent national service organization. DAR initializes and supports projects that promote patriotism, preserve American history, and support better education for our nation’s children.
The chapter and a number of its members have been recognized with positions for the upcoming three-year term because of their outstanding service at the chapter level.
Chairmen at the state level include the following: Shelia Amos, state chair, Literacy Promotion Committee; Milly Casey— state chair, DAR Genealogy Preservation Committee; Bobbie Atristain – state vice chair, webmaster Volunteer Information Specialists Committee; and Nancy Avery – state vice chair, State Regent’s Project Committee.
Two members have been named to positions at the national level: Milly Casey – national vice chair, America 250! Membership Task Force; and Diane Daniel – member, America 250! Membership Task Force.
To find out about membership in NSDAR, consult www.dar.org.