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The Toll Gate Creek Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is located in Aurora, Colorado; we serve several communities along the Colorado Rocky Mountain Front Range with members from large cities and small towns across Colorado.

We meet on the second Thursday of each month, September through May, except for December. Our evening dinner meetings consist of patriotic exercises, business meeting, dinner, and a program with an emphasis on the DAR objectives. If you would like to attend a meeting, please email our chapter Regent for a reservation.

Date Program
September 12, 2019 “The Cowboy President” by Don Moon
October 14, 2019 “Melvin Lewis Cemetery” by Drake Brownfield, Historic Preservation Specialist for Aurora
November 14, 2019 “State Regent’s Project” by Bethe Clark-Urban, Colorado State Regent
December 8, 2019 Toll Gate Creek Holiday Tea
January 9, 2020 “The Seamy Side of Early Denver City” by Jack Stone
February 13, 2020 “Helping Endangered Animals by Helping People” by Dave Johnson, Pachyderm Zookeeper, conservationist, Children’s Author
March 12, 2020 “Getting to know the USO” by Linda Mays, USO Center Director
April 9, 2020 “Plains Conservation Center” by Jennifer Brown, Conservationist
May 14, 2020 “My Most Unusual Ancestor” by Chapter Members

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