Promoting Historic Preservation, Education, and Patriotism

The Four Peaks 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. As a chapter, we support the Fountain Hills Food Bank and donate teddy bears to the Fountain Hills Fire Department to provide comfort to children during emergencies.


With many service-oriented opportunities in the DAR, our members can find meaningful activities to choose from that further these three objectives. If you are interested in joining us or learning more about DAR membership, contact us for information on our meeting dates and location

Proper Way to Display Historic Dresses

Historic Preservation

Four Peaks Chapter, NSDAR, participates in local patriotic celebrations and encourages proper display and respect for the American Flag.


We celebrate Constitution Week with a proclamation given by the Mayor of Fountain Hills to help keep history alive in our community. Thousands of area residents enjoy the chapter’s patriotic float on the Fourth of July. We distribute cards to those in attendance, imprinted with the words of the American’s Creed.


Our members participate in ceremonies for Memorial Day, Veterans Day, Armed Forces Day, and other honor events. Four Peaks Chapter, NSDAR, Daughters place wreaths at local Veterans Memorials in December each year through Wreaths Across America and invite community members to join us in this event.Fourth

Informative Library Display


The Four Peaks Chapter, NSDAR, Daughters support our local schools, in particular during Constitution Week each September, when we provide booklets about the United States Constitution to fifth grade students.


The winners of the Four Peaks Elementary School American History Essay Contest read their essays and displayed the posters they created. We hold a  moment of silence and prayer, remembering those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attack.

Serving Breakfast for Honor Flight Honorees


Four Peaks Chapter, NSDAR, is very involved in lending support to our troops, both veterans and active-duty military. We have donated long-distance phone cards to members’ relatives in the service, making it easier for them to keep in touch with loved ones serving our country.

We make monthly visits to Carl T. Hayden Veterans Medical Center, donating needed items such as books, magazines, toiletries, and clothing. Our Daughters’ visits at Christmas include stockings filled with assorted goodies, treats, and other items the veterans can use year-round.

The chapter supports Victory House (a male veterans’ facility) and Mary Ellen’s Place ( a female Veterans’ facility) with clothing and toiletry donations.


We were grateful for the opportunity to serve breakfast and pack sack lunches for the veterans as part of the Arizona Veterans Honor Flight.


A favorite winter project of many of our chapter members is knitting scarves for veteran centers serving homeless veterans in the area.

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