Above: Members from all across Pennsylvania visiting the Daniel Boone Homestead

The Conrad Weiser Society was formed by the Berks County Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). The first meeting was held on June 1, 1895.

The icon below will take you to an image of the June 2, 1895, Reading Eagle article about the first meeting:

The society was named after the famous colonial Pennsylvania statesman and diplomat, Conrad Weiser, who lived near present-day Womelsdorf, PA. 

The society holds meetings throughout the year, marches in parades, takes part in memorial services and wreath-laying ceremonies, greets new citizens at Naturalization ceremonies, takes field trips to historic locations and participates in other civic and patriotic projects.

The members are mentored and led by members of the Berks County Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and Gov. Joseph Hiester Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution.


Learn more about all levels of C.A.R.:

National Theme and Project

State Theme and Project


Watch a video about C.A.R.

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Veterans Project

Wreaths Across America

Since 2008, the Society has honored our veterans by supporting and promoting Wreaths Across America. 
In 2016, we collected over 900 wreath sponsorships!!
Thank you to all the generous sponsors who've supported us and this worthy program!!
We're always looking for patriotic Americans willing to sponsor wreaths ($15 each) that will be placed on veterans graves at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery. If you're willing to sponsor a wreath(s) in 2016, please contact us at cws.pacar@comcast.net.
A promotional flyer and wreath sponsorship form is available below:

If you prefer to sponsor using a credit card, you must visit the Wreaths Across America website to securely enter your transaction. The link below will take you to our participant page on the Wreaths Across America website, click on the "Donate" box to sponsor a wreath:


Conrad Weiser Sponsoring Group ID - PA0024P

Cemetery Designation - Indiantown Gap National Cemetery

Cemetery ID - PAIGNA