Welcome to the District of Columbia C.A.R.!

Mission Statement
"The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution trains good citizens, develops leaders and promotes love of the United States of America and its heritage among young people."

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Calendar of Events
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March 14-15, 2014
D.C.C.A.R. State Conference

April 11-13, 2014
NSCAR Nationals

July 4, 2014
Celebration at Congressional Cemetery

2013 - 2014 Officers

Daisy Schmoker

1st Vice President
Bailey Sims

2nd Vice President
Caelan Bowyer

Miram Bowyer

Recording Secretary
Thomas Misiano

Organizing Secretary
Preston Brooks

Corresponding Secretary
Inocencio Orta

Sarah Nordlinger

Christopher Orta

Madeleine McAnulty

Victoria Orta

Ainsley McAnulty

Meet the Revolutionary Ancestors of our Members!


Our Work
Read about our Service Projects centered in and around Washington, D.C.



Hey Kids!

Do you have a Revolutionary Ancestor in your FAMILY TREE? Do you enjoy learning about American HISTORY? Do you want to gain LEADERSHIP experience and improve your PUBLIC SPEAKING skills? Do you enjoy having FUN with kids who have similar interests? Learn how to become a member >>

Congratulations Past State President Elizabeth Leon for winning the State President's Gold Award at the 2013 National Convention.

The Nominating Committee is pleased to annouce the 2014-2015 Slate of Officers
PresidentBailey SimsFirst Vice PresidentMiram Bowyer
Second Vice PresidentPreston BrooksChaplainThomas Misiano
Recording SecretaryInocencio OrtaOrganizing SecretaryChristopher Orta
Corresponding SecretarySarah NordlingerTreasurerCharles Bradsher
RegistrarDanielle HatziyannisHistorianChip Nordlinger
LibrarianVictoria MartinezCuratorSydney Martinez

2011 National Convention

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74th Annual State Conference

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33rd Annual Potowmack Ball
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State Theme We All Need a Friend This year's State President's project will be to support Jill's House and the special needs children and families it helps. Jill's House provides respite for children with intellectual disabilities and their families in the Greater Washington, DC area. They serve boys and girls, ages six through seventeen, with intellectual disabilities without regard to race, religion, or ethnicity. Their mission is to be a safe haven to which parents can entrust their children, allowing the parents a time of rest. To ensure that parents and caregivers get a real break, typical siblings are welcome to stay at Jill's House. Daisy will be focusing on volunteering at Jill's House and looks forward to your support of this year's State Project.

Local D.C. Societies

Benjamin Harrison
George Washington
Harriett Lothrop
Mount Vernon

2013 Program Packet

Program Packet
Contest Entry Form

2013-2014 National Project

The goal for this year is to get EVERY local and state society more involved in supporting Student Veterans of America, www.studentveterans.org. Everyone can participate by visiting local SVA chapters, meeting with veterans, sending care packages to soldiers and so much more! The possibilities are endless and any way that we can support our veterans, their families and their schooling dreams is a major support to them!

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