Are you a descendant of a Revolutionary War patriot? Do you want to participate more fully in your community?
The Brigadier General James Brickett – Old Newbury Chapter of the DAR is a nonprofit, nonpolitical volunteer women’s service organization. We invite you to join us by serving in our community through promoting patriotism, preserving American history and securing America’s future through better education.
Our Chapter’s annual planning meeting was held in May at the home of Jennifer Conway. We discussed a number of items, including providing gift cards instead of toiletries for the veterans in November — more on that to come, but please note that we will not be creating the bags like in the past. We also voted to create a
At our March Chapter meeting in Bradford, we awarded Community ServiceAwards to Geoffrey Winslow Babbit, and Indulge India Food Truck owners ManojkumakManmohan and Krupanalini DeGala owners of the Indulge India Food Truck. Manmohan and Krupanalini DeGala owners of the Indulge India Food Truck (soon to be restaurant) received the Community Service Award for feeding hospital, fire and police front line
At our March Chapter Meeting, the chapter awarded our 2022 Good Citizens Awards to Hannah Linehan from Pentucket Regional High School and to Melissa Guillaume from Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. The Chapter worked with six local schools for the 2022 awards: Haverhill High School, Pentucket Regional High School, Whittier Vocational Technical School, Greater Lawrence Technical School, Lawrence High
Chapter Regent Jennifer Conway and Recording Secretary Debbie McArdle were honored to lay a wreath for LCPL Robert Moscillo during Wreaths Across America at the Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Lawrence on behalf of his platoon commander Nathan Zygmont, son of Bunny Zygmont of the Dolly Madison DAR Chapter. LCPL Moscillo was from Salem and was assigned to the 1st Combat