National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution
Motto: God, Home and Country

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Chapter Members

The Governor Treutlen Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), a.k.a. "DAR", is one of 3000 chapters of the NSDAR, a non-profit, non-political women's volunteer service organization. The NSDAR mission is to promote historic preservation, patriotism and education.

We invite you to read more about our chapter's work and history, plus our local county history. We are very proud of our role and contributions in support of NSDAR goals for over 100 years as a chapter, and we hope you will also visit the NSDAR site to read about the Society's history and collective work.

While the NSDAR's members are diverse, worldwide, and share in many varied interests, we are united by our common NSDAR goals. We hope you will choose to contact us regarding visiting one of our meetings, so that we may get to know you and answer any questions you have. We'd love to personally share about the great friendship, satisfaction and fulfillment our members enjoy as they participate in our many patriotic endeavors!

Chapter OfficeChapter Officer
Regent Lynn Southerland
Vice RegentFrany Ann Bauder Washko
ChaplainMartha Andrews Culpepper
Recording and Corresponding Secretary Eleanor Frances Brown
TreasurerSara Jane Smelt
RegistrarElizabeth Naugle Rackley
Historian Mary Alice Griffith Dixon