Community Service

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Patriotism

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Wreaths for World War I

In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of World War I, beginning in the fall of 2016, the Green Mountain Boys Chapter in San Antonio TX, has been recognizing and honoring WWI memorial locations and burial sites of WWI veterans.

Historic Preservation

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Re-facing Historical Markers

Historical markers are erected to inform the public about sites of historic interest, or to commemorate people, events or places of significance. When a historic marker ages and becomes weathered by the elements, it becomes necessary to “re-face” it.

Education

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Constitution Week

The John Davis Chapter, NSDAR, Abilene, recently celebrated Constitution week with their city. The chapter sponsored a beautiful display at the Mall of Abilene Library which was available for viewing during the month of September.

Today's Daughters

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A Real Rosie The Riveter

A statue of “Rosie the Riveter” represents all of the women who helped America win the war by managing the Homefront and working at jobs usually held by men so they could go off to fight. For more than two years, chapter members enthusiastically led the way i

Awards

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Constitution Week

The John Davis Chapter, NSDAR, Abilene, recently celebrated Constitution week with their city. The chapter sponsored a beautiful display at the Mall of Abilene Library which was available for viewing during the month of September.

Read More

Wreaths for World War I

In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of World War I, beginning in the fall of 2016, the Green Mountain Boys Chapter in San Antonio TX, has been recognizing and honoring WWI memorial locations and burial sites of WWI veterans.

Read More

Re-facing Historical Markers

Historical markers are erected to inform the public about sites of historic interest, or to commemorate people, events or places of significance. When a historic marker ages and becomes weathered by the elements, it becomes necessary to “re-face” it.

Read More

A Real Rosie The Riveter

A statue of “Rosie the Riveter” represents all of the women who helped America win the war by managing the Homefront and working at jobs usually held by men so they could go off to fight. For more than two years, chapter members enthusiastically led the way i

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