State Conference has come and gone, but the memories will live on. We crowned our new Rosalie Rose, visited with cherished friends and had wonderful opportunities to meet new and amazing people. I encourage you all to visit our State’s Facebook Page where you can find numerous photos of the event taken by other Daughters and friends. If you would like to add a photo (and we truly hope you will), please email Mary Ann Hess with your pictures and she will be happy to add …Read More »
Please note that there are proposed bylaw changes for the Cameo Society. These proposed changes will be presented and voted on at the February 2017 Cameo Society meeting held during State Conference. For Cameo Society members, please make every effort to attend. The changes are as follows:
1. Amend the bylaws to allow membership with a deceased relative as was done during the Charter membership year. (Honoring our past theme.)
2. Amend the bylaws to allow membership with cousins (any distant, i.e. 9x removed), especially …Read More »
Before getting to business, I would like to take a moment to thank the Mississippi daughters for their love and prayers these past few weeks as our family has dealt with the sudden illness and loss of my husband’s precious father, Joseph McNamara.
Ray and I have been overwhelmed at your thoughtfulness and your support. It has meant more than you can imagine to get home each day from helping his Mother and find the many loving cards and letters you’ve sent to us. I especially …Read More »
What a fun idea – Let’s crown Rosalie Rose – AGAIN!
You are encouraged to enter a chapter member for the Rosalie Rose Benefit. For 2016 Rosalie Rose will again have a court of Rosebuds. The rules, entry form, and voices form are on the “Rosalie Information” link under the Members Only tab. Questions? Contact Debbie Cannon, 936.554.3443, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the 2015-2016 DAR Year
This guide may be helpful in meeting monthly deadlines. This is merely a quick reference tool. Detailed information can be found in the Guide for Chapter Treasurers, which can be purchased from the State Corresponding Secretary or downloaded online from the NSDAR members website.
Feel free to contact me by phone or email if you have questions or concerns – Dana M. Moore, MSSDAR State Treasurer, 662-236-6898.
April/May: If you haven’t already filed your 990-N (e-Postcard), please do so immediately. In order to maintain your …Read More »
We will soon be uploading the newest versions of the annual reporting forms. This year the forms will be available in both Word and PDF formats. You will find them available for download on our Important Forms page in the Member’s Only section of the site.
As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the webmaster if you have any trouble finding or downloading the forms.
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Thank you for visiting the website of the Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American Revolution. We are very proud of our organization of some 4,000 Mississippi women, whose hard work and concerted efforts make a substantial, positive difference in the lives of all citizens in this state. “God, Home, and Country” is not just a motto for us, but the central theme of our lives.
The Daughters of the American Revolution, both locally and nationally, focus their efforts in three primary areas of volunteer activity—historic …Read More »