DAR at the Zoo

Daughters of the American Revolution chapter members who collaborate on service projects through the Davidson County Regent’s Council of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution participate in the Nashville Zoo’s Croft sister’s birthday party. Pictured are Dianne Ries, Davidson County Regent’s Council chair Jocelynne McCall, Virginia Bean and Carole Baker.

Members from the Daughters of the American Revolution chapters that collaborate on service projects through the Davidson County Regent’s Council of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution participated in the Nashville Zoo’s Croft sister’s birthday party.  

The event was Sept. 28 at the Grassmere Historic Farm and Croft House. The Daughters of the American Revolution is an organization that was important in the lives of the Croft family. Margaret Croft and her mother, Kate Croft, were both DAR members.

At a booth set up by the DAR members, copies of the Flag Code, the Pledge of Allegiance and bookmarks with the preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America were passed out to visitors. Members working at the booth provided information about DAR membership.

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a nonprofit service organization that promotes historic preservation, education and patriotism. Members can trace their lineage back to a patriot of the American Revolution. For information about the DAR, visit dar.org.

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