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Daughters of the American Revolution National Headquarters
DAR members have performed a vital range of service in support of the military over the past 128 years. DAR was founded to preserve the memory and spirit of the Revolutionary War patriots who fought for America’s independence, and today the DAR extends that mission by honoring the sacrifices of all those who continue to fight for our freedom throughout our nation’s history. Learn about some of the things DAR does to support our military and promote patriotism in this video.
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DAR VETERANS HONORED BY SAR
Sacajawea Chapter, DAR, Olympia Feb 2.
Beg to Report:
Brigadier General Katherine E. Roberts, USAF (Ret.) And eight other DAR veterans were recognized by the Washington SAR for their many years of military service today. The 75 Daughters attending applauded them most appreciatively.

Pictured are 6 of the 9 DAR military veterans:
At left is USAF BGEN (Ret.) Katherine Roberts, a manned space flight engineer by trade and member of Sacajawea DAR! She spoke on Cyber Security. First time I was ever privileged to salute a woman Flag Officer. It was also my honor to give each of them a women veteran’s challenge coin.

(l. to r.) BG Roberts; Dolores Todd, USA; Jennifer Tovar, USA; Christina Monroe, USMC; Regent Judi Hine, USN (Ret.) and Carolyn Gibbons, USA.
Not present we’re Col. Barbara Nichols, USA (Ret.); Elizabeth Dykstra, USN; and Ellen Kjesbu, WAVES.
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WASHINGTON SAR-DAR at
DAR Winter Board of Management

Our SAR-DAR Fife & Drum Corps and our Color Guard are emblematic of our common goals of History, Education and Patriotism.
As is illustrated in this very portrait.

WASHINGTON DAR State Regent Lanabeth Horgen at center with SAR Color Guard Commander Art Dolan, Deputy Commander Dick Motz, and Drum Major Viren Lemmer, and the two main DAR Fifers Sgt. Stephanie Conroy and Corpl. Terry Barker.

We celebrate Liberty together!
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