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Arapahoe Chapter, Boulder, Colorado

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Wearing her WWII Nurse Cadet uniform, a member marches in the Labor Day Parade!


Recognizing new members and spouses at a summer cook-out!


Dressing up for the Louisville
Labor Day Parade!

     

Sharing American history and the importance of understanding the Constitution

Providing wreaths for the National Wreath Laying Across America Program

Celebrating  Memorial Day,
Flag Day, and July 4th

     


Along the route of the Pony Express...


Visiting Marysville, Kansas


Recognizing a DAR family affair!

Planting our 18th tree in Christensen Park on Arbor Day - filling it to capacity! 

     

Locating and marking historical sites including: the first public school in Colorado; the first church bell brought overland to Boulder by an oxen team in 1869; a plaque honoring astronaut and Colorado native Lt. Commander Scott Carpenter; a bench and plaque at Christensen Park noting the planting of a scion of a tree from the official Register of American Forest Historic Trees; and a marker at the Vietnam Memorial Arch at Mountain View Cemetery.

   


Waving the flag!

Donating a 1884 Platt of Highland Lawn to the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History


Presenting a Constitution Week program to 5th graders

     
Encouraging participation in
essay and poster contests
  Offering scholarships
     


Gathering for a summer activity meeting! 


Memorial Day 2010


Treating local school children to a yummy Constitution Week cake
 

     

Presenting Constitution Week
programs in local schools

Supporting  Boulder's Festival of Trees with a patriotic entry!


Learning about and 'tagging' local landmarks

 

     


Making nearly 100 sleeping bag liners
for our Marines in Afghanistan!


 Honoring our country’s young
officers-to-be at CU's ROTC
Tri-Military Awards


Training good citizens, developing leaders, and promoting love of the USA through C.A.R.

     
Folding more than 5000 pocket flags
to be sent to the troops
  Sewing sleeping bag and knitting
helmet liners for the troops


A few of the Awards received at the 108th Colorado State Conference:

1st Place, Recruited the Most New Members, 3rd year in a row
1st Place, Most Junior Members in chapters over 100 members
Outstanding Financial Support of C.A.R.
Excellence for two Museum Programs
Exceptional Contributions to Conservation