Bacone College History-Daughters of the American Revolution
Presented to the Daughters of the American Revolution at the 123rd Continental Congress NSDAR. June 26, 2014.
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2020: A vision for our future
Bacone College is pleased to announce the lead gift in our 2020 Campaign. This lead gift will name our new library. Merritt Donaghy Betts provided Bacone College with a significant bequest in memory of her mother, Esther Getz Donaghy, NSDAR National # 237026. Will you: Have the VISION to put Bacone in your will?
Daughters of the American Revolution Bacone Campaign Bacone College Campaign Giving Levels Naming Opportunities include: Individual Giving Level - $1,000 Chapter Giving Level - $3,000 State Giving Level - $10,000
Campaign Wish List
Poloke Hall – windows, doors, entrance Lucy Peters Hall – exterior renovation American Indian Collection – preservation of Art, Artifacts, and Indian Library Collection
Remember Bacone in your will.
The Daughters of the American Revolution and Bacone College have a long-standing relationship, of which we are most appreciative.
Daughters of the American Revolution Challenge
Bacone College presents the Bacone/dar Challenge, for the purpose of serving students through the Current Dollars for Current Scholars (CDCS) Campaign August 1, 2013 through July 31, 2014.
We challenge each DAR Chapter to contribute $100 between August 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014 to support the Bacone College CDCS Campaign. State Regent and American Indian State Chairman of the top states with the most contributing chapters of $100 for the fiscal year will be recognized at the 2014 Bacone Reception at the National Museum of the American Indian during Continental Congress next summer.
For more information and to accept this challenge, please contact Melissa Foutch, Director of DAR Relations in the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-781-7221 or mail your gift to Bacone College DAR Challenge; Development Office; 2299 Old Bacone Road; Muskogee, OK 74403.