SOUDERTON – The Division of Towamencin, the daughter of the American Revolution (DAR) presented a check for $ 300 on May 12 to Susan Klauser, director of the Keystone Opportunity Center for Adult Education.
“One of the goals of DAR is to improve educational opportunities, and the funds are intended for the purchase of calculators used by Keystone students who take the GED test to obtain a high school diploma,” the release said.
Located in Souderton, the Keystone Opportunity Center is a non-profit organization that offers numerous programs to serve those in need in Montgomery and Bucks counties to become self-sufficient, including free comprehensive adult education services online and personal or personal education or training in the classroom.
The Daughters of the American Revolution National Society is a non-political organization that promotes history, education, and patriotism, and is open to any woman ages 18 and older who can prove a lineage from an ancestor who helped achieve American independence.
For more information on DAR, visit www.dar.org