Abendschone DAR Chapter donated/presented biography books to the Carroll County elementary school libraries and public libraries in Eureka Springs, Berryville, and Green Forest. Donating the book is an example of promotion of children’s literature and service to America, which are goals of Daughters of the American Revolution. Pictured above are Abendschone Chapter regent Terri Herman (left) and Eureka Springs Elementary librarian Amy Maliska.
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On February 12, 2022 at the meeting of the Abendschone Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, winners of the DAR Good Citizen Award and Scholarship Contest were announced. The winners were students of Green Forest High School, Eureka Springs High School, and Berryville High School.
The winner of the essay portion of the contest wrote an essay entitled “Being an American Citizen.” She will be now eligible for Arkansas State DAR Good Citizen Recognition.Continue reading
Members of Abendschone Chapter, NSDAR rang bells for Constitution Day, September 17, at 3:00 pm, commemorating the time our US Constitution was signed in 1787.
On September 17, 2020 at 4:00 p.m., from sea to shining sea, bells rang throughout America in celebration of the United States Constitution! Abendschone Chapter participated in ringing the bells in honor of the completion of the 4,400 word document — our U.S. Constitution. Constitution Week is recognized September 17-23. This is the 233rd year of the signing of the US Constitution.
This document was so important to the Daughters of the American Revolution that in 1955, the National Society petitioned the United States Congress to approve an official annual celebration of our Constitution. The following year, on August 2, 1956, President Eisenhower declared that every September 17th thereafter would mark the beginning of a week-long celebration of this unique and innate founding document. We should be proud of DAR’s involvement in the creation of this nationwide observance – and we should be sure to celebrate it publicly to remind all Americans of its significance.National Chair, Constitution Week Committee
The annual DAR Good Citizens Awards ceremony, given by the local Abendschone Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), was held at the Cornerstone Bank in Eureka Springs on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Seniors from three local schools were given certificates, pins, and scholarship monies during the ceremony the DAR Good Citizens chairperson.
The student selected as the school’s DAR Good Citizen must have the following qualities: Dependability (truthfulness, honesty, punctuality, etc.), Service (cooperation, helpfulness, responsibility, etc.), Leadership (personality, self-control, initiative, etc.), Patriotism (unselfish loyalty to American ideals).