New Proud Sponsor: Daughters of the American Revolution

DARJames Thomas was an early settler of Trigg County. He served with distinction in the Revolutionary War.

Today, the James Thomas Chapter (Trigg County) is one of more than 3,000 U.S. chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Our ministry celebrates their recent decision to become a Proud Sponsor of The Way.

Daughters of the American Revolution is an organization of enthusiastic, active women who are passionate about serving their communities, preserving history, educating children and honoring those who serve our nation. It’s an organization with a deeply rich history that continues to remain relevant to today’s world.

The women pictured at the left are some of the 930,000 who have joined the DAR since its inception 125 years ago.

The current officers of the James Thomas chapter are:  Virginia Thomas Alexander (holding poster), chapter regent; Alice Knight, vice regent; Martha Maxfield, chaplain; Joyce Ann Davis, recording secretary; Vickey Lane, corresponding secretary; Clara Lawrence, treasurer; Nina Alderson, registrar; Sarah Crowe, librarian; and Laura Thomas, parliamentarian.