Casa Grande Valley Chapter Celebrates Its
The Casa Grande Valley Chapter, NSDAR, cordially invites you to its Chapter’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon at The Property Conference Center, 1251 W Gila Bend Highway, (Thornton Road and Gila Bend Hwy), on Saturday, October 2, 2021. Doors will open at 11:30, and there will be Silent Auction items to review for bids. The 40th Anniversary Chapter Book, available on a thumb drive and written by Jan Klein, will be on sale for $10.
Each dinner plate will include both Honey Chipotle Roasted Pork Loin and Sonoran Chicken (a creamy, very mild chilis and cheese sauce), included will be roasted red potatoes, a vegetable, salad, rolls and dessert. Iced tea, lemonade, and water will be available throughout. In the event of a dietary restriction, please contact Barbara Simon (520-208-3991 via text or leave a voice mail). This will be on a case by case basis.
The cost of the luncheon is $45 per person. Please copy/paste the registration form shown below and send a check payable to the Casa Grande Valley Chapter, NSDAR, to Treasurer Elaine Wagner, 2143 N Ramona Ave, Casa Grande, AZ 85122. Registrations must be received no later than Wednesday, September 22, 2021.
Casa Grande Valley Chapter, NSDAR
40th Anniversary Celebration
October 2, 2021, 11:30 AM-?
The Casa Grande Valley Chapter serves Pinal County, Arizona, a large county that encompasses Maricopa, Coolidge, Florence, Sacaton, San Tan Valley, Eloy, Toltec, Red Rock, Robson Ranch, Oracle and Arizona City, among others. We represent members from these communities and encourage prospective Daughters to join us from all areas of Pinal County, which explains why our name is the Casa Grande Valley Chapter.
Casa Grande is located approximately halfway between Phoenix and Tucson. The city is named after a National Monument located nearby in Coolidge, Arizona, just northeast of Casa Grande. The monument preserves a group of ancient Hohokam structures of the Pueblo III and Pueblo IV Eras, built over 1000 years ago. It was the first archaeological site to be preserved by the U.S. Government. Our logo above represents those historical ruins.
We welcome new members who are lineally descended from patriots of the American Revolution. For more information, click on the Membership tab. Prospective members are cordially invited to attend our meetings. Our chapter meets the first Saturday of each month from September through June at 10:00 a.m. Email us for location via the Contact Us tab.
The objectives and motto of our National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution are promoting education, patriotism and historic preservation, with service to God, Home, and Country. DAR welcomes women of all ages over 18, races and creeds.
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Last updated September 15, 2021