Nancy De Graff Toll
Monroe, Monroe County, Michigan




Patriot Ancestors






God, Home, and Country






National Theme:

Rise and Shine for America




 State Theme:

"Working together in our commitment of continued service and preservation." 




Nancy De Graff Toll

Founded February 6, 1922
Mrs. Charles C. Rogers, Organizing Regent

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-political patriotic service organization for women 18 years and older. There are nearly 180,000 members in approximately 3,000 chapters in the United States and throughout other parts of the world. Michigan has 54 Chapters. Nancy De Graff Toll Chapter currently has 28 members.

DAR's focus is historic preservation, promotion of education and patriotism.

The Chapter meets monthly except in January, July, and August. We vary the meeting time and places to accommodate the busy schedules of our members and prospective members. Each regular meeting includes patriotic exercise, the President General's Message and a five-minute National Defense Report. Click here to see our meeting schedule.

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Website created 11/24/2006                                     Last updated  9/26/2019


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