National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in Colorado profile


National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in Colorado

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Statement of Purpose: The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Colorado (NSCDA -Colorado) is dedicated to the historic preservation of the Hotel de Paris Museum in Georgetown, Colorado and the McAllister House Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado. NSCDA - Colorado was established in 1896 and is a chapter of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America. NSCDA - Colorado aspires to: *** Collect and preserve manuscripts, traditions, relics, and mementos of bygone days. *** Preserve and restore buildings connected with the early history of our country. *** Educate our fellow citizens and ourselves in our country's history and thus diffuse healthful and intelligent information concerning the past. *** Create a popular interest in our Colonial history. *** Stimulate a spirit of true patriotism and a genuine love of country. ***Impress upon the young the sacred obligation of honoring the memory of those heroic ancestors whose ability, valor, sufferings, and achievements are beyond all praise. The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America is dedicated to furthering an appreciation of our national heritage through historic preservation, patriotic service and educational projects.

 

Address: c/o Sally Hopper, 21649 Cabrini Blvd., Golden CO 80108
Phone Number: 303-526-0785
Email Address: nscdaco@blacktie-colorado.com
Web Site: http://www.nscda.org/co/

 

Number of Employees: 2
Full Time Volunteers: 10
Part-Time Volunteers: 275

 

Major Fund-raisers: BON APPETIT!--Benefiting the historic Hotel de Paris Museum in Georgetown, CO

 

Executive Committee: President-Sally W. H. Hopper, VP-Mary C. Lanius, 2nd VP-Arline T. Kensinger, Recording Sec.-Holly Kerr Buchan, Corresponding Sec.-Mrs. Oscar D. McCollum, Treas.-Mrs. David M. Myers, Registrar-Mrs. Kenneth K. Kadotani, Hist.-Ms. M. Martha Elliott

 

Founded: 1896
Community Served: Residents of the state of Colorado with a special interest in historic preservation
Associated Guilds: Les Amis-friends of NSCDA in Colorado

 

Ongoing Projects: Restoration and preservation of the Hotel de Paris and McAllister House Museums, $2 M endowment fund for historic preservation

 

 

Accomplishments: Restoration, preservation and maintenance of two of Colorado's most important historic landmarks

 

Previous Event Coverage:

July 14, 2007 Red, White and Black (Reggie That Is)
February 09, 2006 Hotel De Paris - Best Preserved 19th Century Americana
July 14, 2005 Bastille Day, $.25 trout and the Hotel De Paris - What a Celebration
July 10, 2004 Colonial Dames Celebrate 50 Years of Preservation

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