Claremont Chapter NSDAR

Claremont, California

Chapter Activities and Projects

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The Claremont Chapter's projects focus on Historic Preservation, Education and Patriotism. We support the National Society's motto of "God, Home, and Country." 


Helen Renwick bench at Pilgrim Place

The Claremont, CA, Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) worked with Pilgrim Place, a not-for-profit retirement community in Claremont, to recognize Pamela Helen Goodwin Renwick, a prominent early resident of Claremont. She was a charter member of the Claremont Chapter NSDAR which was founded in 1917, and donated land that resulted in the creation of Pilgrim Place. The Claremont Chapter donated a wrought iron bench with a plaque dedicated to the memory of Pamela Helen Goodwin Renwick to Pilgrim Place. The bench is located in front of the Pilgrim Place Administration Building. The plaque’s engraving reads:

Donated in 2011 by the Claremont Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, in memory of Helen Renwick (1845-1930), a charter member of the Claremont Chapter DAR (1917), In honor of her contributions to DAR & to the early development of Pilgrim Place.