Daughters of the American Revolution
The Port Huron, Michigan, Ottawa Chapter DAR welcomes you.
We meet monthly March through December
at various locations.
of the American Revolution is a lineage society whose members share a
love of country and a rich heritage. We are each a lineal descendant of
a patriot who gave aid or was a soldier in the American Revolutionary
War, that paved the way for the freedoms we so enjoy today.
actively support our modern-day patriots with prayer and heartfelt
gratitude for what they are doing to protect us both here at home and
on the battlefields far away.
We take pride in our membership in the Daughters of
the American Revolution we foster true patriotism, education, and
Today’s DAR is active in a multitude of ways; but it’s all about the American Spirit; which is the name of our monthly magazine that keeps us informed and inspired.
as we celebrate 125 years of service! Amazing women across our country
and here in our Ottawa Chapter continue to build and improve the DAR. We welcome new members, work with prospective
members, and encourage inactive members with an enjoyable DAR
through a committee of your own interest and abilities. We implement
projects and work together in service to God, Home, and Country.
This year in Port Huron, the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes, we
look forward to opening new doors of opportunity. As descendants of the
founders of our country, we are duty bound to influence and create
a deeper love of the United States of America in our own community.
We are proud to co-sponsor Children of the American Revolution, Lieut. Isaiah Fuller Society of Mt. Clemens, MI. Children are never too young to have a sense of patriotism and a commitment to our nation.
Port Huron Ottawa Chapter NSDAR invites you to visit,
have lunch and consider membership.
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