Stuart, Florida – “Sailfish Capitol of the World”

Photo By Mitch Kloorfain (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Halpatiokee Chapter Activities in Our Community

The Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in 1890 with the mission of promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.  As a chapter, we participate in the community in ways that promote this mission.  Listed below are some examples.

Historic Preservation


  • 9-11 Memorial Tribute Commemoration participation
  • Active duty military support
    • Cell phones collected and phone cards purchased for military serving overseas
    • Holiday cards to active duty serving in conflict areas
  • Veteran support


  • DAR schools support
    • Box Tops for Education collected to fund school equipment
    • Books donated to the library at the Tamassee DAR school in Oconee, South Carolina
    • Used books donated to the Book Depot to support the Martin County Library Systems
    • Financial donations to help support DAR schools
  • Student awards & scholarships
    • American History Essay Contest Awards
    • Good Citizen Award
    • Scholarships for Martin County High Schools seniors
    • JROTC awards to seniors in three local high schools.JD Parker Elementary School Adopt-a-Classroom by Halpatiokee Chapter with an annual donation for supplies.