Narcissa Prentiss Chapter

Narcissa Prentiss ImageOn February 22, 1915, Narcissa Prentiss Chapter became the newest DAR Chapter in Washington State. Starting with 29 members, it quickly grew to be an important women's service organization in the Walla Walla Valley. One hundred years later, our members continue the legacy of your early members giving many hours of volunteer service to our community and surrounding area.

Our chapter meets once a month September through May (no meeting in December or January) for a brief business meeting followed by an interesting program. We take time to socialize, often having lunch after our meeting. Please check our Calendar and plan to join us for a chapter meeting.

How did the Dragonfly become our Chapter’s Symbol?

Our Centennial Celebration

On March 21, 2015, we celebrated our centennial by honoring the women from our past while celebrating with the women of today.

What is DAR?

Founded in 1890, Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-profit, nonpolitical women's volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.

Any woman 18 years or older may join the DAR by documenting her lineage to an ancestor, either male or female, who aided the cause of American independence through military, civil or patriotic service.

Why belong to DAR?

  • Honor and preserve the legacy of Patriot ancestors
  • Contribute to important service projects
  • Help maintain historic sites. Preserve historical records
  • Promote education throught he American History Essay Contests for students
  • DAR offers members leadership opportunities and creative outlets to let our talents shine

For more information, attend a chapter meeting or special event, please contact us.

Eight members attended the 116th WSSDAR State Conference in Spokane, WA on April 27-30th. You can view pictures from the event here.