The Susan Woodin Chapter, NSDAR, is a Greater Seattle, Washington, area chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). We are a vibrant group of women who trace our lineage to the Patriots that fought, led, gave supplies, and furthered the cause of America’s independence. The Susan Woodin Chapter, NSDAR, focuses first and foremost on service and activity, giving back to our community through projects that directly benefit education, historic preservation, and patriotism. Through drives, volunteer days, sponsorship, we use our talents to support our community – and we have fun doing it! Susan Woodin Chapter, NSDAR, includes professionals, academics, students, mothers, daughters, and friends.
Susan Woodin Chapter, NSDAR, regular meetings take place on the second Saturday of each month in Woodinville, Washington.
- Learn more about our state society, the Washington State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
- To learn about our activities, please visit the Committees and Projects page.
- For a list of Patriots represented by our chapter, please visit the Our Patriot Ancestors page.