Linares Chapter DAR
San Diego, California
Welcome to our chapter. I hope you will enjoy browsing our website and viewing our many activities. We are a very active chapter with something for everyone. Our chapter meetings are held once a month from October-June at a local military club. There is ample free parking, and a wonderful buffet lunch is served after our meeting. Prospective members working on their Revolutionary War patriots or soldiers will find plenty of research help from one of our resident genealogist-members.
Linares Chapter was organized in September 1934 in Coronado, California. Today, our chapter meets in San Diego and works with local schools to support Junior ROTC, DAR Scholarship contests, American History essay contests, and DAR Good Citizens awards. We also contribute to the support of Crossnore School in North Carolina, the DAR Museum and DAR Library in Washington D.C., the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum in San Diego as well as participate in various events in support of our veterans and active duty men and women in service to our country. Please visit the links in the task bar to the left to see our chapter in action. If you would like more information on Linares Chapter, please email me: Mary Lou Montez, regent
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Last updated: 22 June 2014.