Fayetteville-Owahgena Chapter

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Fayetteville, New York



The Owahgena Chapter was organized March 5, 1896 in the town of Cazenovia. The Indian name for Cazenovia Lake is Lake Owahgena or "Lake of the Yellow Perch." The Fayetteville Chapter was organized February 4, 1921. The village of Fayetteville was named for the Marquis de Lafayette. The Owahgena Chapter joined the Fayetteville Chapter, October 1994.

The chapter is currently recruiting new members and meets on the first Friday of the months of March, April, May, June, September, October, and December. The November meeting is the first Saturday and is a luncheon. The Spring Luncheon/Annual meeting is the first Friday in June. Meetings are at 12:30 unless designated otherwise.

For membership information, please contact Donna Zientek
or Amy Andrzejek, Chapter Regent.

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