Organized April 9, 1975
Meetings are 1st Saturday of each month.
|SECRETARY- Lorajane Bolli|
|TREASURER - Shirley Lowery|
The chapter was organized by State Regent Mrs. Gage Vohland on April 9, 1975 with 25 members. The name Loup Trail was chosen for the chapter as it represents the towns along the Loup River in which many of our members live. Old maps show Indian and trapper trails along the Loup preceding the roads built by settlers. The meaning of the word Loup is French for the word “wolf”.
Do you think that have a Revolutionary Patriot in your family tree? Then you can become part of the DAR. Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Membership in the DAR honors and preserves the legacy of your Patriot ancestor. As a member of DAR, through participation in the Society’s various programs and activities, you can continue this legacy by actively supporting historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavors. The Loup Trail would also like to encourage previous DAR member to consider reactivating and joining our chapter. DAR has programs and activities for everyone. Children, both boys and girls, from birth to the age of eighteen can be active in the Children of the American Revolution. Contact Candace Cain at 402-346-5508 for information. We would love to have prospective members come visit our chapter meeting.
The Loup Trail chapter is looking forward to serving the surrounding communities for many years to come. Just as our DAR ancestors served their country.
The Loup Trail Daughters of the American Revolution in Nebraska hosted the 28th annual quilt show July 26-28, 2012, in the commons room at Burwell Jr-Sr High School. This year there were a variety of sixty-six beautiful entries from area quilters and crafters. The show honored quilts in 10 divisions of quilts. Nancy Striker won the People’s Choice award with her “Daddy’s Hands” quilted wall hanging that honored the military service of her father, Elton Striker. In the center of the quilt was her father's glove he wore when he served in the VFW Color Guard.
2013 Loup Trail DAR Quilt Show Challenge Quilt
July 25, 26, and 27
“It’s Black and White With Quilts”
Use only black and white (gray ) to make a quilt. Members are asked to help watch quilts during the quilt show or help in a related manor since this is one of the major projects of the year.
Entry divisions for the contest are: Pieced and machine quilted, Pieced and hand quilted, Mixed Media, Crib, wall hanging, appliquéd quilt, embroidery, and machine quilt category, afghan, and crafts .
|Our Past Regent Miss Cain 2006-2012 passing the office on to Miss Garwood 2012-14|
|Loup Trail Officers for 2012-14 being installed by State Regent 2010-2012 Judy Ekeler.|
|Chapter members at the yearly meeting on Flag Day.|
|For membership information, please email Candace Cain at firstname.lastname@example.org|