Box Tops for NSDAR Schools: Members collect box tops to fund school equipment for Kate Duncan Smith DAR School in Alabama and the Florida Cottage at the Tamassee DAR School in South Carolina.
Speaker’s Bureau: Members provide presentations on the topics of education, patriotism, and preservation to various organizations and at local schools.
Library Genealogy Classes
C.A.R. Chapter Support: Members provide support for the boys and girls under 18 years of age who are members of the San Bernardo Chapter of the Children of the American Revolution.
NSDAR Paging at Continental Congress: Members, age 18-40, provide service during Continental Congress in Washington, D.C.
Scholarships: The Pensacola Chapter, NSDAR, provides monetary support to numerous Florida State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (FSSDAR) scholarships and endowments.
National Defense: At every meeting, articles from the current National Defender newsletter are presented to promote an informed membership by advocating a strong military defense and to preserve our American heritage of freedom.
NSDAR Service to America: Members provide meaningful community service to various organizations throughout our community including the United Service Organization, USO and the City of Pensacola.
Wreaths Across America: Members sponsor wreaths that are placed on graves at Barrancas National Cemetery.
ROTC Medals: ROTC medals are awarded to student cadets of outstanding ability and achievement in local high schools .
The Flag of the United States of America: Members promote the proper use and care of our country’s flag and to preserve its history. A “Flag Minute” is presented at chapter meetings to further educate members and the Flag Code pamphlet is distributed at events.
Coupons for Troops: Members clip and pass on coupons to deployed families.
Naturalization: The Pensacola Chapter, NSDAR, provides educational materials to all those completing the process of becoming a citizen of the United States.
NSDAR Constitution Week: Constitution Week is the commemoration of America’s most important document. It is celebrated annually during the week of September 17-23. Events include library displays and a luncheon.
Historic Preservation: Members support historic landmarks and monuments in the community. We are proud donors to the much-anticipated Bernardo de Galvez statue in downtown Pensacola and to the Minute Man statue in Veterans Memorial Park.
Conservation: Members actively participate in recycling programs, creating and maintaining wildlife habitats and promote water conservation.
Lineage Research: Members help others research their ancestry and obtain the documents necessary to become a member of the DAR.
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