The Glenwood Chapter,
National Society Daughters of the American
Revolution was organized on March 14, 1913.
The first officers were: Miss Emma Kellogg,
regent; Janet Record Pike, vice regent; Bess
French, secretary; Laura Plimpton,
treasurer; Lila H. Woodruff, historian; and
Nelle S. Bogart, registrar. The chapter
received their charter on September 22,
Through the years, the Glenwood Chapter has
built a strong community outreach with the
annual American History Essay contest and
recognition of the DAR Good Citizens. The
Good Citizens award winners are chosen on
the basis of leadership, dependability,
service, and patriotism. Four schools in the
area participate in the contest.
In honor of Constitution Week, Glenwood
Chapter members placed a display in the window
of downtown Glenwood. The display was designed
by two members.
Constitution Week -- September 17 -23,
Members attend the
2016 District Meeting
Glenwood Chapter members
presented an Historic Preservation
certificate to the Mills County Historical
Museum Board for their work in 2015,
completing a wonderful renovation project,
so the museum can be enjoyed by all.
Pictured are chapter members
Phyllis Fredericson, Pam Manning, Nancy
Downing, and Elizabeth Becker with Ted
Mintle, chairman of the board of the
Mills County Historical Museum.