Cora Stickney Harper Chapter, NSDAR
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Our Past, A Firm Foundation for the Future
Cora Stickney Harper Chapter, NSDAR or DAR, is one of the oldest Daughters of the American Revolution chapters in Florida. It was started in 1914. We are nearly 100 members strong. We are comprised of a variety of ages from 18 to 99. Our members are involved in various professions from college students, women in the armed services, professors, teachers, government officials, professional mothers to retirees. This makes our chapter a very interesting and fun group of ladies.
The Cora Stickney Harper Chapter, NSDAR, holds monthly programs from October to May on a wide variety of subjects that promote education, history, patriotism, and culture. There is something for everyone to enjoy and learn.
We are a service organization and support many other organizations. Our focus is the NSDAR motto, “God, Home, and Country.” We participate in programs for the American Indians, conservation, schools, Veterans, Constitution Week, and so much more.
We always welcome you to visit us at our meetings or events. Please join us and become acquainted with the caring and devoted women who carry on valuable work of our long-enduring DAR chapter.