The Vermont State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (VSSDAR) is a non-profit,
non-political volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving
American history, and securing America’s future through better education for children.
VSSDAR was founded in 1892, just two years after the National Society. Today we have 13 chapters all across the state, from Brattleboro to the Northeast Kingdom. We hope you’ll spend some time here getting to know us and learning more about our vibrant organization.
A letter from our State Regent:
Welcome from Vermont State Society, DAR!
Vermont DAR is over 130-years old and still going strong, with over 500 members. Windows of the Past, Look to the Future is this Regent's theme. I am a 20+ year DAR member having joined as a dual member from C.A.R. If you are interested in joining DAR please find a Chapter that is near you and reach out. Vermont State Society DAR has several ladies who are able and willing to help you join our membership.
My State Regent project is to raise funds for the Blue Star Mothers of Vermont - Pet Program. This program helps to provide local Veterans with an animal, any medical care they may need, supplies and training.
Catherine M. Brodeur-Johnson
State Regent, Vermont
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