Promoting Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism

The Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, strives to fulfill the objectives of DAR in the areas of historic preservation, education, and patriotism. Each year, we choose service projects our chapter members can perform together or separately. We also attend patriotic events and encourage our members to perform community service.

With over twenty service-oriented opportunities in the Daughters of the American Revolution, our members can find many activities to choose from that further these DAR objectives. If you are interested in joining us, contact us for our meeting dates and location.


The Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, the Glendale Mayor’s Office, and the Glendale Arizona Historical Society dedicated a Never Forget Garden at Historic Manistee Ranch in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington, D.C.

The Never Forget Garden consists of 21 beautiful Pascal White Hybrid Tea Roses. The white roses honor the soldier who would become the Unknown Soldier.

An Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, member presented a painting of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to the NSDAR President General at the 2022 Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Revolution Conference (ASDAR). The painting now hangs proudly at the NSDAR Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

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The Josephine Beeching Memorial Scholarship is granted, by the Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, to an eligible high school senior who has demonstrated leadership, participated in school activities, actively served their community, and excelled in their studies.

Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, members donate books, backpacks and school supplies to support school children; including providing resources to Banner Thunderbird School for children who are hospitalized.

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Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, has provided baby supplies, personal hygiene products, and beauty products to female veterans through the Veterans First Ltd. program in Phoenix. The items are distributed to veterans who find themselves in need of assistance.

Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, has celebrated Honor Flight honorees by providing breakfasts to the veterans and their guardians before their flight. The chapter provides them with a rousing send-off on the tarmac. Our chapter has also attended and cheered the veterans upon their arrival back home to Arizona. The veterans receive a personalized  “Welcome Back” card from the chapter.

Anasazi Chapter, NSDAR, attends the Naturalization Ceremony for new Citizens.  Each new citizen is provided with a “Welcome” card and a flag pin to honor their new status.

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