Meetings

David Douglas Daughters:

  • Meet September through June on the first Saturday of the month in Redmond, Washington.
  • Plan historic, educational, and patriotic programs at meetings, such as “The Scots-Irish in America,” and “Unlocking the Secrets to Family Photos.” Other recent programs include “Genealogy of Old Glory” and “Christmas in the Colonies.”
  • Play an active role in our communities through Wreaths Across America, a Community Awards Luncheon, naturalization ceremonies, and 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War commemorations.
  • Attend Washington State DAR meetings as well as Continental Congress, the annual national meeting of the DAR at our headquarters in Washington, D.C.
  • Participate in Wreaths Across America, held in December of each year.
  • Create a Constitution Week Display at the King County Library, Redmond.
  • Volunteer for all types of community service to make the world a better place.

We welcome visitors and prospective members at our meetings! Contact us to learn more.

Constitution Week Display at the King County Library, Redmond.
Constitution Week Display at the King County Library, Redmond.
Chapter members at Wreaths Across America, held in December of each year.
Chapter members at Wreaths Across America, held in December of each year.
Bob O’Neal, Commander of the Washington State Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Color Guard, presents “The Genealogy of Old Glory.”
Bob O’Neal, Commander of the Washington State Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Color Guard, presents “The Genealogy of Old Glory.”

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