Chapters in New York State
New York members belong to one of five chapters. If you would like to pursue membership through any of our chapters, please email the State Regent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- FORT ORANGE CHAPTER holds breakfast meetings in the Capital Region. The Chapter provides support to veterans at the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center and presents JROTC medals to students at two local area schools. Two of the chapter members are state officers.
- MOSES DEWITT-THE FORBIDDEN TRAIL CHAPTER is our largest chapter and usually meets in the Syracuse area on a week day, often with another society. The Chapter participates in the annual Central New York Veterans Expo at the State Fairgrounds and presents two ROTC medals at Syracuse University. Three Honorary State Regents and three state officers are members of this chapter. Our state Veterans Chairman is also a member of this chapter and encourages support of veterans with various initiatives throughout the state.
- OLD NEW YORK FRONTIER CHAPTER welcomes members from Oneida, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties, as well as Oswego and Herkimer. The Chapter usually meets mid-day with a luncheon in Rome, NY. Members support a local veterans rehabilitation facility and contribute books and genealogical research materials to the Port Jervis Public Library. The Chapter is currently working to re-establish a student awards program.
- DANIEL deCLERQUE CHAPTER attracts members from Rockland, Orange, and Dutchess Counties. The Chapter usually meets on Saturday mornings and has an educational program or tour of an historic site. The Chapter supports Castle Point Veterans Food Bank and provides JROTC medals to North Rockland and Southold High Schools. The Chapter Regent is an Honorary State Regent and current State Chaplain.
- DUTCHESS OF YORK CHAPTER also meets in the Hudson Valley area for an educational program or tour of an historic site, usually on the weekend. The Chapter supports veterans and presents JROTC medals to Valley Central and Washingtonville High Schools and is actively expanding its awards program to include other student organizations. Two chapter members are state officers, and several are state chairmen.