Enid, Oklahoma


Enid Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, perpetuates the memory and spirit of American Independence; promotes education; and fosters patriotism in the Enid, Oklahoma community. Its monthly meetings and activities are held the first Thursday of each month from September through June.

Spirit and Patriotism

The Enid Chapter is proud of America's heritage, particularly the sacrifices made by those Oklahoma natives who have given the last full measure of devotion in service to their nation.  Enid's Doughboy statue was dedicated by the Chapter on July 4, 1924, to honor military veterans.  Since then, the Chapter has undertaken several projects to recognize veterans and the rich history of northwest Oklahoma.  These projects include the dedication of a historical marker in Enid's Government Springs Park, which marks a watering hole used by travelers on the Chisholm Trail.

Enid Chapter Officers 2012 - 2014:

Glenda Golden

Chapter Regent

Maria Rosendale

Vice Regent

Joyce Sebranek


Carolyn Flood

Recording Secretary

Peggy Lewis

Corresponding Secretary

Connie Hammond


Elizabeth Hill


Martha Potts


Maxine Shepard




For more information about Enid Chapter programs and workshops, meeting dates and times, and requirements for membership, contact Donna Lamb for more information.


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last updated 07/28/2012