Any DAR member age 18 through 35 (until her 36th birthday) is a Junior Member. She holds full membership in the National Society, state society, and chapter. If qualified, she may serve as an officer and chairman at any level. She is automatically a member of the National Junior Membership Committee, may purchase a Junior pin from Hamilton Jewelers to wear on the official DAR ribbon, and may serve as a page at national and state events.

The Colorado State Society prides itself on its many active Junior Members at all levels of the society. The goals of the National Junior Membership Committee are:  

  • To gain new Junior Members
  • To build a well-informed Junior membership
  • To encourage active participation in all phases of DAR service
  • To support the National Junior Membership Committee’s official fundraising project, the Helen Pouch Memorial Fund, which provides medical aid, general financial assistance, and scholarships to our DAR schools.

The Smoky Hill Trail, NSDAR, Juniors

The Smoky Hill Trail, NSDAR, Juniors are dedicated to making a difference in their community along with creating lasting friendships. The recent year has brought many ideas, events, and plans to help form a wonderful membership and encourage involvement. Juniors began hosting a quarterly tea to discuss ideas for upcoming events and to socialize with their fellow Juniors. Smoky Hill Trail Chapter Juniors hike trails, enjoy plays, volunteer in community holiday events, plan fundraisers, and actively participate in community projects.