The name, "Kennewick" is believed to mean "grassy place" and is historically significant in that it was traveled and documented by the  Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805. 

Kennewick was officially incorporated in 1905.  A few years later,  a group of ladies gathered to form what would become the Kennewick Chapter DAR, chartered May 12, 1912.

Celebrating our centennial in May 2012, our focus is on historical preservation, education, and patriotism while promoting community involvement. Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal,descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. For more information about news within our chapter, be sure to check out the Chapter News page.

Chapter meetings are held once a month and prospective members are welcome to attend.  For more information, please contact our Chapter Registrar, Christine Rhoades.













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