The Daughters of the American Revolution is one of the most historical groups in American history. Carlotta Duncan with the local Fayette-Starr’s Mill DAR chapter, shares about the background of this group, how it began and has evolved over the years, and what they do today for our communities.
Upcoming EventsFeb4Tue8:00 am Quiltling Sew Day @ S CRAFTSQuiltling Sew Day @ S CRAFTSFeb 4 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pmTake time to finish up projects. This class is not instruction based, just free time to work on a personal project with others.10:00 am Reflexology @ N CRAFTSReflexology @ N CRAFTSFeb 4 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pmReflexology is the application of specialized pressure techniques that are applied to the hands and feet. Relax while the use of pressure, stretch and movement help lower your stress.1:00 pm Feel the Burn @ PTCMP NEW YORK1:30 pm Stream It @ N CRAFTS2:00 pm Volunteer Open House @ CAFEVolunteer Open House @ CAFEFeb 4 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pmIf you are an FSS volunteer or are interested in becoming one, join us for our monthly meeting! Enjoy refreshments, meet with other volunteers, learn about upcoming events, current volunteer opportunities, and get center news … Continue reading →