Captain Nathaniel Mills Chapter NSDARis proud to support our veterans throughout the year. Our members foster true patriotism and love of country by participating in local veterans day parades, ceremonies on Memorial Day, attending 4th of July parades, and other activities such as the Vietnam War Commemoration. We place wreaths at cemeteries and memorials on holidays in the Mid-Cities area.

Mary Alice Stam cares for Veterans Memorial at Sparger Park.
Lisa DeSanto places flags on veterans graves at Bedford Cemetery.

As partners in the Vietnam War Commemoration project, we honor Vietnam War veterans at chapter meetings, and we support combined chapter events.

Pat Staley with Vietnam War veteran Wendell Deaton and his wife, Lynn, enjoy the 50th anniversary Vietnam War commemorative luncheon in Ft Worth.
Anne Ziegler admires the banner at Vietnam veterans welcome home event at Veteran's Memorial Park, city of White Settlement, Texas.

We work jointly with other partners such as the City of Forest Hill, Texas, to honor and express our thanks to the veterans. We continue to help veterans living in the area, who at no expense, may have their names forged on the monument at the City of Forest Hill Memorial Park. Our chapter members became donors for the original dedication of the park.
Many members work with the USO welcoming veterans home and providing them with supplies. In addition, we honor veterans at the Fort Worth VA Outpatient Clinic by serving sack lunches and snacks.

Joellyn Myrick, with volunteers, welcome home soldiers and their families at our local USO.
Alice Stone serves our veterans at the local VA clinic.
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Last updated on December 4, 2018