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Seminole Chapter
West Palm Beach, Florida

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Chapter meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month, October through May, unless otherwise specified. We welcome all those interested in exploring DAR membership and all DAR members visiting the area. Please contact the Chapter Regent, Carol Patton for more information about DAR.

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Chapter Officers
2012-2014

Regent

Carol Patton

Vice Regent

Linda Mohr

2nd Vice Regent

Sarah Elizabeth TerMarsch

Chaplain

Mary Alice Pugh

Recording Secretary

  Mary Zabel

Corresponding Secretary

  Eleanor  Harris

Treasurer

Ann McKay
     Registrar  Dawn Lemongello

Historian

Diane  Richards
    Librarian Mary Wratislaw

Parliamentarian

Sue Comerford

 

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Chapter History

Seminole Chapter was organized on December 5, 1922, and was the first DAR chapter in Palm Beach County.  Mrs. Vincent Oaksmith was the Organizing Regent for 14 charter members. We have grown to a membership approaching 200 members, while Palm Beach County is now home to eight DAR chapters. Our name is derived from the Seminole Indians who once inhabited this part of the state and still occupy some of the same area today. Seminole Chapter strives to perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American independence through its work in historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavors.

Chapter meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month, October through May, unless otherwise specified. Please contact Jennifer Crozier for reservations and further information.

 

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For information on membership in our chapter, contact:
Dawn Lemongello, registrar

Please visit our National Society website
and
our Florida State Society website.

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Webmaster
Last update: June 11, 2014

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