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       ABOUT OUR CHAPTER       

Our chapter was organized in 1966. Tucumcari (pronounced TOO-kum-kair-ee,) is located on Interstate 40, near the Texas border, at the base of the Tucumcari Mountain, which is one of New Mexico's well known landmarks. It is also famous for being on the Old Route 66. There are many interesting legends concerning the origin of the name Tucumcari. The Indians, who came into this area more than 10,000 years ago, knew it as the "place of the buffalo hunt." Our chapter meets the second Friday of each month from September to May. We cordially invite you to CONTACT Registrar Gloria "Gigi" Parker for membership information.

For more than a century, the members of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution have dedicated themselves to historical preservation, promotion of education, and encouragement of patriotic endeavor. These goals are as relevant in today's society as they were when the organization was founded in 1890.

Historic Preservation -
Constitution Week Program at Tucumcari Elementary School
Left to right-Corinne Hayes, Glenda Reid, GiGi Parker, Susan Taylor

Promotion of Education -
Member Susan Taylor and the DAR table at the Quay County Fair.

Patriotic Endeavor -
Our chapter has a yearly formal Flag-Retiring Service. July 4, 2011

State Regent's Visit -
State Regent's Official Visit-Zadeea Harris, State Regent, and Lee Ann Mitchell, chapter regent

This is just a small sample of our many chapter activities!


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Last updated November 1, 2011