What We Do

Promoting Patriotism | Preserving American History | Enhancing Education

While we officially meet 4 times a year, our members and committees work continuously throughout the year. We work with senior groups, veteran groups, patriotic groups, lineage research groups, libraries, churches, schools, and other community organizations.

Promoting Patriotism

Our members participate in numerous activities dedicated to promoting patriotism.

  • We assist with and participate in the annual Las Vegas Veterans Day Parade.
  • We assist with and participate in naturalization ceremonies.
  • We prepare backpacks full of helpful items for children of active service military personnel in association with Operation Homefront.
  • We assist with and participate in the annual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.
  • We assist with and participate in flag retirement and flag donation ceremonies.
Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood.
— John Adams

Preserving American History

Our members participate in numerous activities dedicated to preserving American history.

  • We joined with the Nevada State Society DAR to sponsor a historical marker in honor of Helen J. Stewart's house located at the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park (500 E. Washington Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101).
  • We take part in the biannual Genealogy Jamboree, hosted by the Church of Latter Day Saints.
  • We host weekly genealogy research workshops at the Las Vegas Family Search Library.
  • We conduct numerous presentations on inspirational women, the Constitution, and other topics.

Enhancing Education

Our members participate in numerous activities dedicated to enhancing education.

  • We host book drives to benefit "Spread the Word, Nevada," an organization dedicated to advancing early childhood literacy by placing books into the hands and homes of children within Southern Nevada's at-risk, low income communities.
  • We host educational presentations on the NSDAR Museum collections.