Namaqua Chapter

Daughters of the American Revolution

Loveland, Colorado

 
 

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Namaqua Chapter was named for the first White/Indian settlement in the Big Thompson Valley, near what is now Loveland, Colorado.  It was organized January 8, 1914.

Our meetings are held the second Monday of the month from September through May except in February when we have a student recognition tea.  Please contact us if you are interested in attending a meeting.

The 2014-2015 meeting schedule:

September 8, 2014
How to Find the Indian in your Genetic Cupboard, Judy Emmett
 
October 13, 2014
Health and Treatment of the Washington Elm Tree, Eric Schaub and Brian Donohue
 
November 10, 2014
Remembering Vietnam 50 Years Later, Teri Olson
 
December 8, 2014
Marcy Kimminau, State Regentís Project & White Elephant gift exchange
 
January 12, 2015
One Room Schools, Evie Reuter, Avery House
 
February 16, 2015
(THIRD Monday) Namaqua Chapter Student Recognition and Patriotic Tea
 
March 9, 2015
Job Fair Skit, Current Board Members
 
April 13, 2015
Insignia 101: Itís All About the Pins, Mur Hiltenbrand
 
May 11, 2015
Year-end Reports and Recognitions, Namaqua Chapter Officers and Chairmen

 

The mission of the DAR is to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism.

 


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Last updated: August 22, 2014