The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution was six years old when the Eunice Sterling Chapter of Wichita, the third in Kansas, was organized October 21, 1896, with National Charter No. 284.
Eunice Sterling Chapter endeavors to participate in the National DAR projects, and throughout the year the main objectives of the Society – Historic Preservation, Patriotism, Education – are stressed.
The Eunice Sterling
Daughters celebrated the chapter centennial year by dedicating their second
century to "God, Home, and Country," as they continue the tradition of high
ideals and service envisioned by Mrs. Katherine Sterling
Lewis; the fourteen charter members; and the 1,532 Eunice
Sterling Chapter members during the past 119 years.
We welcome membership inquiries! If you are a woman 18 years or older who is a direct descendant of a Revolutionary War soldier or patriot and are interested in DAR membership, membership information can be found at the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution website. If you share our love of God, Home, and Country, you will definitely be at home in DAR!
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