State Regent and the State Board of Management welcome you to South Carolina!
The South Carolina Society of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
has been active since 1891. Since the beginning, daughters have worked to serve God, Home, and Country and promote
the objectives of the DAR.
Today, there are 71 chapters with approximately 4,548 members participating
in the volunteer projects of the SCDAR. South Carolina Daughters participate in naturalization ceremonies, flag presentation
and flag programs, literacy programs, schools events with Junior American Citizen clubs and contests, and give ROTC, DAR Good
Citizens and Good Citizenship Medals. They plant trees, shrubs and flowers for the environment. They recycle. They conduct
American History Contests and give American History Teacher Awards. They give scholarships. They place historical markers
honoring people, buildings, and sites which remind us of our ancestors who fought for the freedoms we now enjoy.
Forum 2016 Highlight
Medal of Honor
Recipient at SCSDAR Fall Forum
of Honor Recipient Major General James E.
Livingston was the keynote speaker at SCSDAR
Fall Forum Patriotic Education Dinner on August
26, 2016.He spoke on
the Character Education program that the Medal
of Honor Foundation will make available to any
school interested.He also spoke
about the National Medal of Honor Museum to be
built at Patriot’s Point, Mount Pleasant,
South Carolina.South Carolina
Attorney General Alan Wilson shared with our
group the story of General Livingston’s bravery
and valor which earned him the Medal of Honor.All were
greatly moved and many purchased General
Livingston’s book which helps fund the Medal of
Honor Museum.“Gracie and
Lacy”, Emily and Lacy Miller, SCSDAR Junior
members from the Rebecca Motte Chapter,
performed their wonderful 1940’s music, dance,
and comedy routine.South Carolina
Society DAR State Regent Dianne Culbertson and
the South Carolina Daughters are so excited to
promote Education in the coming year as we Move
Forward in Service to America
under the capable leadership of our President
General Ann Turner Dillon.Fall Forum attendees
took up funds for the Louisiana
flood victims and had record sales ofPresident
General’s Project merchandise and Junior Sales
for the Helen Pouch Memorial Fund.
Photo:Left to Right:South Carolina
Attorney General Alan Wilson,
SCSDARState Regent Dianne Culbertson, Major General James E.
Livingston, “Gracie and Lacy” Lacy and Emily
Historic Preservation Patriotic Endeavor Promotion