The Washington State C.A.R. is composed of the following local societies
Located in Seattle, the Ada L. McClary Society is the oldest society int he State of Washington It was named for Ada L. McCleary, an early Washington State pioneer. The current members are located throughout Western Washington. It currently meets with the Princess Angeline Society.
The Captain Nathan Hale Society has members from the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas.
Columbia Society in Wenatchee had its reorganizing meeting on February 25, 2017 and was confirmed by the Senior National Board of Management April 19, 2017.
Upon reorganization, it was renamed to reflect the historical significance of the Columbia River.
The Mount Rainier Society has members in the Seattle area.
The Princess Angeline Society serves primarily the southeast King County area.
The Randolph Lawson Society is located in southwest Washington
The Rattlesnake Mountain Society, originally organized in 1967 as the Sally Glacken Society, has been moved to the Richland, Washington, in the Tri-Cities area..
The Spokane Society is located in Spokane, Washington
The Trail Blazers Society is located in Olympia, Washington
The William Devin Society C.A.R. was organized in 2007. It was named for William Devin, Sr, the revolutionary ancestor of its organizing members. Currently, all of its members are descendants of William Devin. The current membership is now nine, with the majority living near Port Orchard, Washington.
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