Welcome, and we hope you take a tour of our web site. At any time you can click on the link for the information page and send us an email. We are happy to answer your questions about the chapter, our events, or the DAR.
Needham Bryan Chapter is working to educate the youth of Mobile about their historic background through participation in the newly formed Mobile Bay Society of the Children of the American Revolution. Children younger than 18 years of age with a proven family lineage are eligible to join the newly organized group.
Needham Bryan Chapter offers students at Citronelle, Faith Academy, Mary G. Montgomery, and Millry high schools the opportunity to compete for the DAR Good Citizens Scholarship. Those who apply for the scholarship are required to demonstrate their patriotism, high grade point average, service to their community, and to submit an essay.
Imagine hosting your wedding, anniversary, or meeting at an antebellum home. The local DAR chapters manage the Richards DAR House Museum, which is one of Mobile’s favorite sights for visitors and brides. Contact information is on our information page.
Mark your calendars now! DAR RICHARDS HOUSE EVENTS
DAR New Year begins in September watch for our next event.
NEED to replace your U.S.A. flag? If you need to replace your American flag, please dispose of it by giving it to a DAR chapter. The DAR honors the proper protocol for the retirement of a flag.
We are happy to answer your questions regarding the DAR. If you are interested in joining the organization we can answer those questions. Curious about what we are doing in the Mobile area and throughout the state? Please visit our information page for links and our information form.