John C. Fremont Chapter, NSDAR
Located in the Carson & Eagle Valleys
of the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains

The monthly meetings of the John C. Fremont Chapter are held at 10:00 a.m. the third Saturday of each month unless otherwise specified. They are often held in the home of one of the members which may be in Minden, Gardenerville, or Carson City, or at a designated special location such as the Coventry Cross Episcopal Church in Minden. A special guest presents an interesting program and refreshments are served.

Please email us for information about completing your DAR Application that will entitle you to submit to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, located in Washington, D.C. It is the responsibility of the Chapter Registrar to assist you in obtaining your records of proof connecting your line to a Revolutionary War patriot. It takes some time to compile these records, but it is well worth the effort since they will be placed in the DAR files in Washington, D.C.

For additional information, contact our registrar.



Back L to R: Greta DeHart, Historian; Barbara Manning, Registrar; Carolyn Riise, Treasurer; Joy McClain, Secretary; Diana Scott, Chaplain
Front: Sharron Brewer, Vice Regent and Deborah Crone-Palio, Regent


Nevada State Officers

Nevada State Officers: Regent, Marilyn Adair; Vice Regent, Dr. Lynn Kinsell; Chaplain, Merry Romine; Recording Secretary, Terry Rubenstein;
Corresponding Secretary, Debbie Carroll; Organizing Secretary, Bernice Schroer; Treasurer, Margaret Hendrickson; Registrar, Laura Cline-Weber;
Historian, Flora Woratschek; Librarian, Vikki Allen-Gaskill; Parliamentarian, Lori Bagwell
See the Nevada DAR web site for additional information.



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