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It is not necessary to have pioneer ancestry to become a member of the SUP.

Membership in the National Society of The Sons of Utah Pioneers is open to men everywhere who admire the heritage and values of the early pioneers of Utah and the intermountain west. All are invited to join this 90 year old organization and take an active role in activities that honor these courageous and visionary men and women.

 

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Members are encouraged to affiliate with a nearby Chapter where they will enjoy the fellowship of other like-minded men. Chapter meetings usually include stimulating and informative speakers on historical subjects of interest. Other activities in chapters are group treks to historic places, establishing and maintaining historical monuments and markers, and supporting appropriate community events. Many chapters also recognize pioneering elementary and high school students with awards and scholarships, and honor modern pioneers from their local communities. Click HERE to find a Chapter near you.

 

MEMBERSHIP FAQ

WHAT IF I DON'T LIVE NEAR A CHAPTER? Someone who lives some distance from an organized chapter is considered to be a Member-At-Large. The SUP has recently launched the SUP Face to Face Facebook page to ensure all members of the SUP stay connected.

DO I STILL HAVE TO PAY LOCAL CHAPTER DUES EVEN IF I PAY MY ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES? Members must still pay their local chapter dues, these funds go directly to support that Chapter's activities, whereas National dues go to support the entire organization. Any member may join as many Chapters as they like. If you don't pay your National SUP dues, you cannot be a member of any Chapter.

CAN WIVES BECOME MEMBERS OF THE SUP? Wives are invited to participate in national events along with their husbands, and most (but not all) chapters include wives in their monthly meetings.