DAR Tristan de Luna Chapter, Mobile, Alabama
In every administration, the new President General undertakes a project to support and promote during her tenure. The President General's Project allows the current administration to take relevant pressing needs that embody the mission of the National Society. The symbol of the current administration, three entwined circles, represents friendship, service, and commitment; the three-fold motto of DAR: God, Home, and Country; and the three-fold mission to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism. The theme of the Wright Administration is:
Preserve the past,
Enhance the Present,
Invest in the Futur

Mobile, Alabama
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The National Society for the Daughters of the American Revolution was incorporated on October 11, 1890, and incorporated by an Act of Congress in 1896.

The DAR’s objectives are Historic Preservation, Education, Patriotism and the motto is God, Home, and Country.

There are currently 170,000 members belonging to more than 3,000 chapters in the United States and there are International Chapters in Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Spain, and the United Kingdom. More than 890,000 women have joined the DAR since its founding in1890.

Eligibility: 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. For more information on DAR Membership,
click here or contact the Tristan de Luna’s Registrar Susan Crowson.
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Chapter Meetings: Orgnized for working women, the Tristan de Luna Chapter of the National Society for the Daughters of the American Revolutions (DAR) meets on the second Saturday of the month from Septbember through May with the exception of Decemeber.

Our Chapter's Offices and Commitee's are always working to further the DAR's objectives. To contact our chapter, click here.
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