The Augustine Warner Chapter NSDAR was organized on November 7, 1952.
Augustine Warner Chapter NSDAR membership encompasses –
- Perpetuating the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved American independence by the encouragement of historical research, preservation of documents and artifacts, the protection of monuments and landmarks, and the promotion of celebrations of patriotic anniversaries.
- Cherishing, maintaining and extending the institutions of American freedom; to foster true patriotism and love of country and to aid in securing for mankind all the blessings of liberty.
Chapter activities make an effort to incorporate these values into our community by participating in programs to promote good citizenship for students in our schools such as essay contests or leadership programs in conjunction with JROTC and participating to promote patriotism at local events.
We are involved with programs that assist our military personnel, both local and global, and any assistance programs or recognition of our military veterans.
We support our local museums and historical heritage with special interest and promotion of Rosewell Plantation and Warner Hall of Gloucester County.
We seek to involve ourselves in assisting our Native American tribes in our State and District, supporting their efforts to thrive and the preservation of their heritage, including the Werowocomoco site in Gloucester County, one of the most significant archaeological sites in North America, where settlers and Native Americans first encountered each other.
Most of all we enjoy our time together being passionate about our common interests.
We welcome you to join our adventures.