Programs & Activities
Buckeye Valley Chapter meetings are held the first Saturday (second Saturday in September) of each month at 1:00 p.m. We meet September through May in Buckeye. If you are interested in attending one of our meetings to explore membership or as a visiting DAR member, contact Linda Davis.
We recognize that many women work or have numerous weekday responsibilities and commitments. Thus we keep to Saturday meetings to enable active participation for the majority of our members.
Speakers and Activities for 2017/2018
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September 9 - Business Meeting - Scholarship Recipient Chelsea Lovitt
September 17-23 - Constitution Week - Coyote Library Display, Visit Elementary Schools - 5th Grade, Ringing of the Bells; Sunday Sept. 17th City Hall
October 7 - Meeting - Stuff Bags for Halloween Spooktacular Booth
October 9 - NSDAR Day of Prayer
October 28 - Halloween Spooktacular 6-9 PM
November 4 - Meeting - No speaker
November 8 - 11 - Vietnam Wall Arrives on the 8th - 11th; Special Program 8 AM Benbow Park
November 11 - Buckeye Veteran's Day Parade, Chapter Float 10 AM
November 18 - Fall Demo Derby 7 PM
December 2 - Meeting Speaker: Linda Lundbert "Rosie The Riviter"
December 9 - Buckeye Glow on Monroe Parade 6 PM
January 6 - Meeting Speaker - Nancy Arnold - Martha Washington & Patriotic Pups
January - Community Bingo Month
February 3 - Meeting Speaker - Kris Jacober, Exec Dir. AZ Friends of Foster Children
February 10 - VETERAN'S LIFT UP - Odessey High School
March 3 - Meeting Speaker - Ruth Langford - Helping At Risk Teens
March - Community Bingo Month
April 7 - Meeting - State Regents Visit - Terri Mott; Introduction of Good Citizens Awardees
April - ROTC Awards Night - Buckeye Union
May 5 - National Day of Prayer; Spring Demo Derby 7 PM
May 12 - End of Year Luncheon - Installation of Officers - The Grill at Verrado
May 28 - Memorial Day Service - Louis B. Hazelton Cemetry
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