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Bells Across America Celebration: Celebrating the 230th year of the signing of Constitution of the United States of America



* * * Note: Event Cancelled Due to Effects From Hurricane Irma * * *




WHO: Maria Jefferson Chapter Daughters of American Revolution

WHAT: “Ringing of the Bells” a part of “Bells Across America” to celebrate
the signing of the Constitution of the United States of America and marking the
beginning of Constitution Week Sept. 17 through Sept 23, 2017.

WHEN: Sunday, September 17, 2017 at 4pm

WHERE: Plaza de la Constitucion (gazebo facing Bridge of Lions), St. Augustine, Florida

HOW: At 4pm St. Augustine local churches and Flagler College will join other
villages, towns and cities across the USA by ringing their bells for two minutes
commemorating the signing of the constitution followed by official
proclamations declaring the beginning of Constitution week.

Wear your Red White and Blue and bring your bells to ring along with us!

Interested in Joining?


Membership Information


Welcome to the website of the Maria Jefferson Chapter of the Daughters of the American

Revolution.  We are women who are direct descendant of patriots who helped create our nation

during the American Revolution.


Please explore our site to learn more about us.  The tabs at the top of the page will lead you to

information about our meetings, our officers, and our patriots.  They will also tell you about our

chapter's birth more than 100 years ago.  The last tab will guide you to a brief history of our home,

the nation's oldest permanent European settlement on the North American continent, St.

Augustine.  The links to the left will take you to our state DAR organization, FSSDAR, as well as

to our national DAR organization, NSDAR.


We hope you enjoy your visit with us and will consider becoming a member of our proud organization.

For membership information, please contact our registrar



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