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About Our Chapter

The Columbine Chapter, named for the beautiful Colorado state flower, was founded March 21, 1953, in Denver, Colorado. We were established to provide Saturday meetings as alternative to weekday or week night meetings.

Our current membership includes women ranging from age 18 to 91. Our membership includes women who have a variety of interests which they share with our chapter.  We all have one thing in common and that is love of God, Home, and Country.

We come from all parts of the USA; each of us having proven our patriot heritage whose ancestors aided in achieving American independence through patriotic, civil or military service between 1775 and 1784.

We welcome any woman 18 years or older-regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background-who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution

The Columbine Chapter, as with all NSDAR chapters, is governed by elected officers. These are the regent, first vice regent, second vice regent, chaplain, secretary, treasurer, registrar, historian, and librarian. The parliamentarian is appointed by the regent. There are also numerous committees in which members can participate based on their interests.

 

For more information on NSDAR or Colorado State DAR visit their websites.