Jordan Freeman DAR
HomeHistoryAbout ChapterJoinContact

 

 


The main purposes of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution are historical preservation, education, and patriotism.  To achieve these goals, the organization promotes the preservation of historical sites, assists in genealogical research, sponsors American History essay contests, provides scholarships for higher education, promotes adult literacy, supports the Children of the American Revolution (CAR), issues awards for elements of good citizenship, and provides support to the veterans who so proudly and bravely served our country.  These are just some of the goals of the organization – there are many more.

In an effort to accommodate today’s busy woman and to keep the organization thriving, the Jordan Freeman Chapter of the DAR offers once a month meetings, primarily on 3rd Friday of every month.  Occasionally, this time is inconvenient for the majority of the members, so meetings are held on Saturday during the day.  The meetings are normally held in Old Saybrook, CT, though there may be times when the meeting place has to be moved due to scheduling conflicts or special activities.

Our current membership base comes from a number of towns:  From Branford to East Lyme, and up to the Middletown and Colchester areas of the state, and many towns in between.  The Jordan Freeman Chapter is not limited to these areas, so if you feel that our Chapter is a good fit for you and your busy schedule, please come join us!  If you would like further information about the Jordan Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, please contact .


Sarah Atwell Carole Black
Beatrice Burnham Irma Carper-Miller
Tricia Chapman Arlene P. Dobbin
Nancy Elderbaum Lisa Motter
Ellen E. O’Herlihy Marion Spaulding
Suzanne Tibballs Tracy Tomaselli
Melissa Walden Stephanie Pruitt

 
  VIS Approved


Jordan Freeman DAR





 

Connecticut DAR