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Chapter XXXIII – Georgia Piedmont

Founded: 2012 History: The Colonial Dames of America Georgia Piedmont Chapter XXXIII was organized and led by Organizing President Robin Towns from 2011 - 2013. Excellent programs and projects have contributed to an increase in membership. Chapter project: The chapter project is the William Harris Homestead near

Chapter XXXIV – Arkansas

Founded: June 2012 History: Founded by twenty-one ladies, we are pleased to be the first chapter in Arkansas. Projects: Veterans Clinic in Hot Springs, Arkansas and Thomas Cemetery in Little Rock, Arkansas. In March and September we gather in Little Rock with a meeting, lunch and a

CHAPTER NEWS: Nashville – August 2013

Chapter VII held its spring business meeting and luncheon on April 26, 2013 at the Centennial Club.  New officers were presented and installed.  Member, Lattie Noel Brown, was the speaker and gave a program on the history of Chapter VII which included a photo and ancestor bars

Chapter XXXVI – Texas Hill Country

Founded: 2013 History: The chapter began with six founding members in 2013. Chapter Projects: The Medina County Museum, Hondo, Texas, and the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, New York VIEW DETAILS [LOGIN REQUIRED]

Chapter XXXVIII – Santa Barbara

Founded: Chapter XXXVIII was chartered on September 17, 2016 with thirty charter members. History: Nine founding members, Kathi Chulick, Judith Cardinal, Marie-Louise Hattier, Ruth Loper, Joy Chamberlain, Mary Cuthbert, Katherine Collins, Signe Wilson and Maxine Hobbs organized the Santa Barbara Chapter in 2016. Chapter Projects: Chapter XXXVIII has partnered with

CHAPTER NEWS: Nashville – May 2013

Chapter VII members attended the 123rd Annual Luncheon and Meeting of the Colonial Dames of America which was held Monday, May 6, 2013 at The University Club in New York City. Members from the local chapter attending were Gail Holman, President, Judith Pulliam, Past-President, Randle

The Social Register Observer – May 2013

By Brantley C. B. Knowles, CDA 2nd Vice-President General Museum luminary Dr. Helen C. Evans was the designated honoree at the October 2012 Colonial Dames of America (CDA) soiree which benefitted The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden (Museum). A former President General of the CDA,

New York Social Diary – October 2012

From the New York Social Diary - " The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden hosted "Into the World of Helen Evans," a benefit cocktail party and silent auction on October 4th to support its education programs. A past President General of The Colonial Dames of America,

Preserving the Past; Addressing the Future – May 2012

By Sharon W Vaino, CDA President General From The Social Register Observer: “One of the country’s most exclusive organizations, The Colonial Dames of America, held its annual luncheon meeting here yesterday …” wrote New York Times reporter Judy Klemesrud in the family/style section of that paper