Welcome to the Santa Margarita Chapter DAR
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The California State Regent selects her theme and project that will unite Daughters throughout the state with one common goal. Beverly Roberson Moncrieff, 2016-2018, has elected to focus on habitat restoration and education on the importance of bringing back the monarch butterflies, enhancing the area under oak trees at State Headquarters, and bringing to Camp Pendleton a restored Felix de Weldon sculpture of the Iwo Jima Flag raising.
The Santa Margarita Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in 1929 with the express purpose of honoring our Revolutionary War ancestors... remembering our past and preparing for the future through organized service in our community to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism ~ the objectives of the National Society. Our purpose remains the same today. We, too, support the goals of the state organization. Alida Woodward, chapter regent, has elected to encourage active membership participation... tying her motto to that for the State Society... providing Daughters with many opportunities to be involved during monthly meetings and through community service.
We are so pleased that you are interested in finding out more about the DAR and particularly our chapter... you have come to the right place!