La Cuesta Chapter, NSDAR

San Luis Obispo, California


California DAR

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Lynda Holloway

  Chapter Regent   Lynda Holloway



La Cuesta Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), is located in beautiful San Luis Obispo County, California. The La Cuesta Chapter, NSDAR, was officially organized on January 19, 1951.

Our members are a diverse group who are all direct descendants of American Revolutionary War Patriots and are bound together with pride in our heritage and our love of country. We are a group of women of all ages with varied backgrounds, talents, and professional experiences in many fields, each of whom is respected and valued as a member.

La Cuesta Chapter, NSDAR, promotes HISTORIC PRESERVATION, EDUCATION, and PATRIOTISM, through volunteer service in our local communities. Whether you are a college student, working woman, retired, a stay at home mom, or an active grandmother, La Cuesta Chapter, NSDAR offers many opportunities for you to be involved.

Do you have an American Revolutionary War ancestor?
Are you looking to make a difference in your community and country?
Do you want to help preserve America's heritage?


Stars & Stripes Forever
Rejoice in our DAR ties of Service and friendship!


National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
California State Society Daughters of the American Revolution