Blue Star Mothers
Central Mass Ch. 3

2019-2020 Officers

President Karen Belliveau

Vice President Karen Dolan

Secretary Tina Giamei Sunden

Treasurer/Social Media

Jennifer Saldana

Financial Secretary Lissa Haynes

For Membership please visit the National Blue Star Mothers Website


Making a Differnce

BSM of Central Mass Ch. 3 is aimed at providing assistance to active military, veterans and their families by fundraising & supporting organizations with the same goals.


Upcoming Events

Monthly Meeting
2nd Thursday of the Month @ 6:30 pm
Veterans Inc 69 Grove Street Worcester, MA
2nd Thursday of the Month @ 6:30 pm
Veterans Inc 69 Grove Street Worcester, MA
We try to meet monthly but due to our volume of volunteer commitments, we often meet every other month. Please check the Website or Facebook for the most up to date information.
August Members' Meeting
Thu, Aug 13
Location is TBD
Aug 13, 6:30 PM – 8:40 PM
Location is TBD
This month the members will get together! Reservations permitting of course!

A Bit of Background

The Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc. is a non-partisan, non-political, non-sectarian organization. We do not support any political candidate nor do we endorse any religious organization. The military represents all aspects of America as does our organization. Links to our website do not represent an endorsement. We are a 501(c)3 Organization

Organizational Overview

We are mothers, stepmothers, grandmothers, foster mothers and female legal guardians who have children serving in the military, guard or reserves, or children who are veterans. We support each other and our children while promoting patriotism. Our organization focuses on our mission every single day and will never, ever, forsake our troops, our veterans or the families of our Fallen Heroes.

We have nearly 6,000 members from over 200 Chapters throughout the nation. 

Our Flag

The Service flag is an official banner authorized by the Department of Defense for display by families who have members serving in the Armed Forces during any period of war or hostilities the United States may be engaged in for the duration of such hostilities.

The Service flag, also called the Blue Star Flag, was designed and patented by WWI Army Captain Robert L. Queisser of the 5th Ohio Infantry who had two sons serving on the front line. The flag quickly became the unofficial symbol of a child in service. President Wilson became part of this history when in 1918 he approved a suggestion made by the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defenses that mothers who had lost a child serving in the war wear a gold gilt star on the traditional black mourning arm band. This led to the tradition of covering the blue star with a gold star on the Service flag to indicate that the service member has died.

During WWII the practice of displaying the Service flag became much more widespread. Most flags were hand made by mothers across the nation. One of the most famous flags was that of the five Sullivan brothers who all perished on the U.S.S. Juneau.


Mailing Address

PO Box 31 Worcester MA 01613

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