Welcome to the Old Noonday Chapter, NSDAR

The Old Noonday Chapter, NSDAR, held its organizing meeting on 25 June 2012. It is located in Roswell, East Cobb, Georgia. Whether you are brand new to DAR or a long-time member, we believe you will enjoy the hands-on approach our small chapter can offer.

Noonday is a historic, unincorporated community of Cobb County, Georgia, located about eight miles north of Marietta, the county seat, and near the intersection of the counties of Cobb, Cherokee, and Fulton (formerly Milton).

The Noonday community is centered around Noonday Creek, which flows northward through Cobb and Cherokee counties and into Lake Allatoona. The name may have come from the Cherokee word "nunda," which means both sun and moon. Another folk story told is about farmers from Canton bringing their cotton to the train in Marietta. To reach their destination before sundown, they made sure to reach this creek in time for their noonday meal. This noonday meal place is the modern day Noonday Creek Park on Hawkins Store Road.

We invite you to attend our next meeting, generally held in the East Cobb area, the morning of the second Wednesday of the month.

Please contact our chapter for details.