DAR is a lineage based, non-political women’s service organization, whose motto is God, home, and country. We promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism.
CREEK LANDS CHAPTER was organized October 14, 1993, with twenty-one members. The chapter was envisioned as one which would serve the needs and time constraints of working women, as well as provide a convenient geographic location for Daughters living in south Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and the smaller surrounding towns of Bixby, Jenks, and Coweta.
The name, "Creek Lands" was chosen to reflect the history of the area, which was once a part of the Creek Nation's lands. Although Broken Arrow is our official home base, members live in a wide radius surrounding the community, and we certainly invite all Daughters looking for an evening meeting to come and join us! Read More
Our chapter meets the third Tuesday of each month, September through June, at 6:00 PM. If you are interested in learning more about Creek Lands Chapter, please contact us.
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