Paging is one of the best ways to learn about the DAR, and to make friends from across the nation. The photo above was taken at our 2019 State Conference!
A Junior is a DAR member age 18 through 35 years of age. She holds full DAR membership, and when qualified, may serve as an officer or committee chair at the chapter, state, and national levels. (DAR members are women a lot like you, who come from diverse backgrounds and have a variety of interests. Their common bond is their lineal descent from patriots of the American Revolution – any woman, regardless of race, religion or ethnic background, who can prove this lineage is eligible to join.)
At Continental Congress, the DAR annual national meeting in Washington, D.C., Junior DAR members have the privilege of serving as pages. What is a ‘page‘? Pages are young DAR women who provide varied service throughout the week long annual meeting and are essential to Continental Congress. Paging at Congress is an opportunity to help the National Society and form lifelong friendships.
“It is a fulfilling and enjoyable experience to serve
the DAR as a page at Continental Congress.”
State and chapter leaders as well as other members from across the USA and around the world meet at the DAR National Headquarters for a week each summer to report on the year’s accomplishments, honor outstanding award recipients, plan future initiatives and reconnect with friends.
If you believe you have an ancestor who gave aid to or fought in the American Revolution, we invite you to JOIN-DAR! Let us help you find your link to the American Revolution!