Our Chapter Culture

Our members are a diverse group who are all direct descendants of American Revolutionary War Patriots and are a group of women of all ages, with varied backgrounds, talents, and professional experiences in many fields, each of whom is respected and valued as a member.

The Linares Chapter, NSDAR, is a very active chapter in the San Diego area.  We are a part of District XIV, which encompasses eleven different chapters in San Diego and Imperial counties.  While we do have a monthly luncheon meeting with a program that supports our National Society's mission, our chapter's emphasis is on service to our community.  We feel what distinguishes our chapter is that we truly enjoy one another's company, respect one another, and have loads of fun, all while promoting our National Society's objectives.  We have a variety of committees that you can be involved in.  Committees such as Lineage Research, Community Classroom, DAR Service for Veterans, American History, and Conservation means there is something for everyone, and you can volunteer in an area that matches your interests.

Chapter meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month January through June and October through December.
Time:  10 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Social, 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Business Meeting, Lunch & Program
Contact us for meeting information and locations.
Cannot make the meetings due to work or family schedule? No problem!  There are plenty of other ways to get involved such as doing volunteer work from home, online, or getting involved with our community service and social events that are typically held on weekends.

Linares Chapter, NSDAR, Activitie

Linares Chapter, NSDAR, members are quite active in supporting the San Diego community.

  • We work with local schools to promote DAR Scholarship contests, American History essay contests, Junior ROTC, and DAR Good Citizens awards.

  • We regularly support our veterans and active-duty military through donation drives and events held at the Veterans Administration (VA) hospitals and the Chula Vista Veteran's Home. We also participate in Wreaths Across America annually.

  • We commemorate historic events, such as celebrations for Flag Day, the Spirit of '45, and Honor Flight.

On a national level, the chapter contributes to the support of several national DAR schools, the DAR Museum, and the DAR Library in Washington, D.C.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

California State Society Daughters of the American Revolution