The ESTAHAKEE Chapter takes its name from the
Seminole word meaning "Beautiful Scene" and was
originally organized in Boca Raton, Florida, on May 8, 1961.
Beginning with only 25 Charter Members, our Chapter has grown to a
membership of nearly 150.
Meetings of our award-winning chapter are held on the
second Monday of each month, October through May.
The NSDAR Objectives are as
1. Historic Preservation - Perpetuation of the memory and spirit of
the men and women who achieved American Independence by the
preservation of historical relics and locations, and of
records of their individual service.
2. Promotion of Education - Support of
3. Patriotic Endeavor - Promotion of patriotism and love of
country; encouragement of research and publication of
Estahakee Chapter supports the NSDAR
American History Essay
- open to all
public, private, or parochial school students in Boca
Raton in grades 5, 6, 7, and 8, or in a sanctioned home
DAR Good Citizen
open to Seniors in various Boca Raton High
NSDAR Sponsored Schools
- funds donated to
schools throughout the country.
- an Annual award
is presented to an outstanding NJROTC Cadet.
- Chapter sponsors
Veterans Day programs annually and participates in Memorial
Day Services at gravesides.
Flag - presented annually to patriotic
organization, historical society, school, scout troop, or
Dedication of Historical Marker. Members research,
type and index records for placement in libraries and the
Boca Raton Historical Society.
genealogy workshops, free and open to the public, are
sponsored by Estahakee Chapter, and group genealogy trips
are arranged for members and prospective members. For more
information, please contact our Chapter Lineage Research
Betty Schulz, or our
information regarding membership requirements,
please visit our
Interested in membership in the Boca Raton Chapter,
Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Lynn Forney Young
State Society Regent
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