Boca Ciega Bay
St. Petersburg, Florida
Welcome to the Boca Ciega Chapter website.
The Boca Ciega Chapter NSDAR, founded in 1947, is a diverse membership of Daughters volunteering together to achieve the common goals of the National and State societies:
Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism
It is the diversity of membership that makes the Boca Ciega Chapter unique and welcoming to women of all ages, races, ethnic backgrounds, and religions who can prove lineal descent from a Patriot of the American Revolution.
For the children of our members, boys and girls, the Boca Ciega Chapter is a proud sponsor of the Boca Ciega Society, Children of the American Revolution.
Your membership in the Boca Ciega Chapter, NSDAR will fit into every season of your busy life from college, career, motherhood, grand-motherhood, and as a great-grandmother. You may choose to participate in any of the 40 National committees, programs, and leadership opportunities offered at the Boca Ciega Chapter, NSDAR.
Your participation in the chapter is voluntary and can be done from home, at the chapter meetings, or volunteer service in the community. You choose to participate as it best suits your time, talents, lifestyle, and interest!
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