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Thomasville Chapter NSDAR 2019 Events

The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR January meeting featured the first place winners of the American History Essay Contest.

DAR Essay Contest winners 2019

The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR inducted new member Cherry Singletary at the February meeting.

DAR new member induction

The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR March meeting featured a program on International NSDAR Chapters given by Vice Regent Shelba Sellers and Treasurer Camille Davis.

DAR March meeting

The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR April meeting featured a program by Anne McCudden from the Thomasville History Center who spoke about the history of Thomas County women.

DAR April meeting


Thomasville Chapter NSDAR Regent Shelba Sellers and the new slate of officers for the 2019-2021 term were installed at the May meeting.

Thomasville Chapter officers 2019


The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR celebrated its 107th birthday on July 19. The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR was organized on July 19, 1912. At the celebration, DAR members and prospective members enjoyed dinner, birthday cake and pinned their patriot on the map of colonial America to show the area where their patriot lived or served during the Revolutionary War.

Thomasville DAR birthday celebration


The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR celebrated Constitution Week at the September meeting with a program by Randolph G. Russell, author of ÔÇťAmerican History In No Time."

DAR Sept meeting


The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR October meeting featured a program by Stephen Ferguson from Thomas University who spoke about national and local programs for Veterans.

DAR Oct meeting


The Thomasville Chapter NSDAR November meeting featured a program by Don Sims, a Vietnam War veteran, who spoke about his military experience.

DAR Nov Meeting

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