• Mayor Becky Bruno presents Constitution Week Proclamation to Regent Lynne Jensen
  • Literacy Promotion Committee at Golden Gate
  • Historic Preservation - Krueger Home, Alice Luckart
  • Historic Preservation Week
  • Halpatiokee Suffragettes - March 2019 Meeting
  • Constitution Week Luncheon 2019
  • Butterfly Garden Project
  • Literacy Project - Golden Gate
  • Literacy Project - Golden Gate
  • Literacy Project - Golden Gate
  • Continental Congress 2019

Welcome to the Halpatiokee Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) website. We are pleased to have you visit us. The mission of the NSDAR is to promote historical preservation, education, and patriotism.

The Halpatiokee Chapter was organized in Stuart, Florida on January 20, 1949. The word “Halpatiokee” originates from the Seminole Indian language meaning “river of large alligators.”

Want to join? Eligibility for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution is based upon a proven bloodline to an ancestor who aided or served as a patriot in the American Revolution.  We know that genealogy can be a daunting task, and we offer one on one help for your genealogical research and DAR application.

We welcome inquiries about membership. Please contact Regent, Carolyn “Lynne” Jensen or Registrar, Nan Baker for more information.

To learn about today’s DAR, click the link below.

Official Channel of the DAR

These videos highlight the vibrant, active organization the DAR is today and the diversity of its membership and service work.  Join us in our many grassroots service programs, make new friends, and learn what makes the DAR so special and worthwhile.