DAR American Legion

From left stand Daughters of the Revolution, Patriots of Liberty Chapter in Alpharetta members Laura Davies, Nancy Hunley, Donna Loudermilk (Regent), Rachel Elkins, Lynnette Quigley, Jennifer Boren, Lori Bennett, Kim McClure and Debra Kielly.

ALPHARETTA, Ga. — On Oct. 27, members of the Daughters of the Revolution, Patriots of Liberty Chapter in Alpharetta spent the afternoon honoring veterans at the Alpharetta American Legion Post 201. The members maintained the landscape by planting flowers and shrubs throughout the “Walk of Memories.” 

The Walk is a memorial that pays tribute to U.S. veterans in the form of a walkway of almost 8,000 bricks. The bricks are inscribed with the names of veterans who have served in conflicts from the American Revolutionary War to present day.

The DAR mission is to promote patriotism, historic preservation and education. Any woman over the age of 18 interested in becoming a DAR member who believes that she is a direct descendant of a patriot with documentation who fought in the American Revolutionary War may obtain more information by emailing patriotsoflibertydar+info@gmail.com. 

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