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Saint Charles, Missouri, located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, is the home of the Saint Charles Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). The Saint Charles Chapter, NSDAR, serves its community by promoting historic preservation, education, and patriotism. The chapter was organized on May 27, 1909.

From its earliest days, the Saint Charles Chapter, NSDAR, has met on Saturday,originally to accommodate members who were school teachers. Today, aboutone-third of chapter members are teachers or retired teachers. The chapterwelcomes new members, and we meet on the third Saturday of the month,September through May. Our meetings include a business meeting and historical or informational programs. Visitors are welcome! Meetings usually begin at 9:30 a.m.

Please contact our chapter registrar if you would like to visit our meetings or would like further information about the DAR.

  Please contact our chapter regent with membership or other chapter questions.
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  Last updated:  August 5, 2021

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