Juniors

Junior Pin TXDAR Junior Membership

What is a Junior?

Walk for Juvenile Diabetes

Emma Crow and Anne Ziegler at the Walk for Juvenile Diabetes.
  • A Junior member is a DAR member age 18 through 35 years: students, professionals, moms, homemakers.

Teaching

Jessica McCullough teaches.
  • Enjoys full membership rights, serves as a Page, raises funds for DAR Schools, participates in community projects, supports Junior projects.

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Outstanding Junior
  • Can hold any office, serve as chair at chapter, state, and national, compete for Outstanding Junior, represent chapter at district, state and national.


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  • Juniors join DAR for a variety of reasons and have diverse interests. Working together for a common goal forges many friendships and offers endless opportunities for personal and professional growth. The Texas Society supports Junior membership by encouraging active participation within all levels of the organization. Juniors are the future of DAR. Texas Daughters are proud of our Juniors!

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Juniors are the DAR leaders of tomorrow!

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Uncle Sam

We Want You!

You have the skills our chapter needs. We have our meetings on Saturdays.

We support Junior Bow-tique

  • Donating items

  • Shopping at Junior Shop

  • Be a volunteer at the shop


Nationally Juniors:

  • Support KDS School nurse

  • After school nurturing

  • Playground equipment projects

  • Share ideas through Junior Forum

  • Attend luncheon at Continental Congress

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Last updated on July 23, 2017