Chapter Activities and Projects

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 Historic Preservation


  • Donates funds to the American Indian Financial Assistance program to be used as a grant to a Community College student.
  • Supports Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Oregon, with clothing, school supplies, and craft supplies.
  • Presents certificates and monetary awards to chapter winners of the American History Essay Contest.
  • Presents certificates and monetary awards to chapter winners of the Good Citizenship Essay Contest.
  •  Outstanding American Teacher   awards
  •  Provides reading tutors to   local elementary schools through Community Classroom Committee 
  • Participates in the WEAR RED ON FRIDAY- Remember Everyone Deployed 
  • Sends boxes filled with items most needed and requested by our service men and women serving in our country all over the world.
  • Participates in patriotic parades for Veterans Day and Independence Day.
  • Purchases wreaths through Wreaths Across America and assists Sacramento Valley National Cemetery (SVNC) in placing and removing the wreaths in December each year.
  • Places flags at veterans graves on Memorial Day
  • Participates  at the Unaccompanied Veterans Ceremony at the SVNC given quarterly.  




  • Maintains the grave site of Alexander Hamilton's son, William Stephen Hamilton at the Old City Cemetary
  • Sends donations to DAR Library in Washington, D.C., one of the largest and most important genealogy libraries in the world. 
  • Conducts genealogy workshops through the FamilySearch Library
  • Supports through donations to the Fresno Heritage Library






     Independence Day Parade