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State Officers Club

President - Diane Hamill

Vice President - Johnabeth Frost

Secretary - Lisa Hefner

Treasurer - Linda Fox

Historian -Ann Jackson

Membership shall be present and past officers in good standing in the State Society.  There is a one times application fee of $5.00.  A lifetime membership is available for $50.00.



Chapter Regents Club

President – Orriene Denslow

Vice President –Lorna Holloway

Chaplain –Marilyn Janosko

Recording Secretary–Cindy Henderson

Corresponding Secretary –Sarah Pool

Treasurer –Linda Fox

Historian – Sharon Deloache






State Chairmen's Club

President – Susan Magill

Vice Pres. – Gail Barbre

Chaplain – Donna Talley

Recording Secretary –Nancy Cotton

Corresponding Secretary – Cindy Henderson

Registrar – Pat Towns

Treasurer – Norma Hughes

Historian – Evelyn Trissell

Librarian – Deane Ames

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State Chairman's Club

The Purpose of the State Chairman's Club is:

bulletTo educate and assist State Chairmen in carrying out their leadership roles to further the aim, goals and projects of the national, state and local chapter organizations.
The club meets twice a year during State Workshop and State Conference.
Funding the cost of the Golden West Tea for our Junior Members who page at Continental Congress and making donations to the State Regent's Project have been the main projects of the Club.
The State Chairman's Club raises funds by selling DAR certificates to State Chairmen, Chapter Regents, and anyone who wishes to formally recognize someone with a certificate.
Dues and fees include a $5.00 application fee, annual dues of $5.00, and a lifetime membership of $50.00,
Any former State Chairman and first-time State Chairmen in the McFall Administration, should contact Susan Magill, Club President, for more information


Cameo Club

President –Rosalind "Roz" Triplett

Vice President –Mary Bailey

Chaplain-Marilyn Janosko

Recording Secretary–Deborah Alridge

Treasurer – Rita Scherwinski

Registrar – Sarah Milliken McGuire

Historian – Nelda Keck


"What is the Cameo Society" The Cameo Society is a Mother and Daughter and/or Grandmother and Granddaughter Club associated with the Oklahoma Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Organized in March 1996, the Cameo Society's objective is to "Promote the passage of genealogical information, family histories and patriotism to subsequent generations." Mrs. Sharel Sue McAdoo was the organizing president. The Cameo Society has funded various DAR projects such as:

  • Funding the marker at the Oklahoma Goodholm House on the State Fairground, honoring pas DAR State Regent Francis Young.
  • Past funding of the Oklahoma DAR Society web pages
  • Purchase of a fax machine for the State Regent's use
  • Donations to the Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Fund
  • Donations to purchase micro-film at the Oklahoma History Center

Membership in the Cameo Society is open to any member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution who can show current active membership in conjunction with a mother/daughter(s) or grandmother/granddaughter(s). Applications can be obtains from the President of the Cameo Society or Registrar of the Cameo Society. Fees include: One time application fee per applicant - $5.00; yearly dues per member - $4.00; Life Membership - $80.00 per member.  Or by clicking on the following: Cameo Application If you have any questions concerning the Cameo Society, please feel free to contact Rosalind "Roz" Triplett

April 2012 Cameo Club Meeting Minutes

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