Rosa Lee Seymour, Honorary Chapter Regent of the Three Rivers Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) was honored last week at the 122 Continental Congress in Washington DC. She received the Volunteer Information Specialist (VIS) Volunteer of the Year Award. Mrs. Seymour was very instrumental in organizing this chapter. The chapter organized in October 2006 with 82 members, and has grown to 161 members. She served the chapter as Chapter Regent for six years and was just named Honorary Chapter Regent for Life at their May meeting. She has served as Chairman on several Florida State Society Committees, and National Society Committees.

Seymour has freely volunteered her time and talents to her state and to the national committee for over a decade. She has worked on every aspect of the committee and its projects. She has not faltered, even in times of personal crisis. The award is richly deserved. Congratulations, Rosa!

VIS volunteers serve DAR in the following ways:

Design, build, maintain, and review over 2,000 chapter, state, national committee, and executive officer web sites
Create writable and savable PDF forms for NSDAR
Maintain chapter, state, and webmaster email contacts
Respond to Help Desk emails
Create chapter documents, including yearbooks, labels, programs, nametags, certificates, and awards
Develop Websites for local and State chapters. Mrs. Seymour has developed over 50 websites.
Index and enter data for history books, genealogical records, and the Genealogical Research System

If you are interested in becoming a member of the DAR, please contact Suzanne Terry for information. Three Rivers Chapter, Milton website can be seen at