The South Carolina Society of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
has been active since 1891. Since the beginning, daughters have worked to serve God, Home, and Country and promote
the objectives of the DAR.
Today, there are 71 chapters with approximately 4,548 members participating
in the volunteer projects of the SCDAR. South Carolina Daughters participate in naturalization ceremonies, flag presentation
and flag programs, literacy programs, schools events with Junior American Citizen clubs and contests, and give ROTC, DAR Good
Citizens and Good Citizenship Medals. They plant trees, shrubs and flowers for the environment. They recycle. They conduct
American History Contests and give American History Teacher Awards. They give scholarships. They place historical markers
honoring people, buildings, and sites which remind us of our ancestors who fought for the freedoms we now enjoy.
Forum 2017 Highlight
eagles soared high over the "Fostering
Patriotism" Dinner at the South Carolina
Society of the National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution 2017
Fall Forum where the service of all our
past and present military and veterans was
The POW MIA
flag was brought into the room to the
solemn bagpipe music of Amazing Grace. This
was followed by the moving Missing Man
Table presentation by American Legion
members, including the speaker, SCDAR
member Anita Wilson.
Speaker Paddy Bell, a member of the
Hobkirk Hill Chapter of the SCDAR
presented "A Little Red Flower--A
Tribute to Veterans", a moving WWI
tribute and the story of how the poppy
evolved to be a symbol of WWI.