Welcome to the Ocala Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, (NSDAR).
We are a multi-faceted, multi-generational group of patriotic women who champion making a significant difference in our community. Peruse our site and then take this opportunity to connect with us. We are “Today’s Daughters,” serving the greater Ocala area and Marion County for nearly 100 years.
The Ocala Chapter, NSDAR, was organized in March of 1925. Eleven women were invited to attend a meeting at the home of Luella Gary Helvenston. A six-course luncheon was served and the ladies were presented with the idea to establish a chapter in Ocala. Today, we are more than 145 members strong, we own a historical, memorial property at Fort King, a National Historic Site, and our interactive and informative meetings still center around a luncheon. Our vibrant, enthusiastic members love serving the Ocala/Marion County community by actively promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America’s future through better education for children.