Estudillo Chapter Meetings

We welcome visitors at all chapter meetings; please join us! Come meet our members and learn more about our chapter.

Chapter meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month, September through May, at 10:00 AM in the City of Hemet. Please contact us for additional information if you would like to attend any of our chapter meetings.

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Today's DAR

Today's DAR on Social Media

Please use the following media resources to gain insight into the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR):

Introduction to Today's DAR

Please enjoy this five part introduction to Today's DAR, select each to view video.

Today's DAR and You!

Today's DAR and You brochure; select below to open the pdf file.

Chapter Activities and Projects

For more than a century, the members of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution have dedicated themselves to historical preservation, promotion of education, and encouragement of patriotic endeavor. These goals are as relevant in today's society as they were when the organization was founded in 1890.

Every year, in support of these objectives, the Estudillo Chapter raises funds for the restoration of the Estudillo Mansion, presents Patriotism medals and ROTC medals, and gives flags and pins to local students. We present the John Diggs History Scholarship, the Caroline Brubaker English Scholarship, and Good Citizens awards to deserving high school students. Our chapter Daughters annually participate in Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Veterans Day ceremonies in local communities by placing beautiful, patriotic wreaths.

Literacy Committee

Members of the Estudillo Chapter have "adopted" the Jacob Wiens Elementary School in Hemet, California. Some of our members volunteer several hours a week helping teachers in the classroom with their specific needs, including paperwork, and assist students in the area of reading, spelling, mathematics, and kindergarten art work. It is great fun, and the school staff and students are very appreciative.

In support of our active service men and women throughout the world, our members have donated over 130 appropriate subject books which were distributed through Operation Gratitude to Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force service personnel. So far Operation Gratitude has provided over 600,000 boxes over the past few years. Previously we had donated the books to the Loma Linda University Veterans Hospital.

Family History Month

We spend a day in the Heritage Room at the Hemet Public Library during the Family History Month of October. We also attend the "Family History Fair" at the LDS Church in Hemet each October. Top genealogists hold classes, and the event is well attended. We set up a display and tell visitors about our Society.

Other Activities

In addition to the activities outlined above, Estudillo Chapter members contribute to U.S. Veterans programs, Toys for Tots, Ronald McDonald House, Pennies for Pines, and other charitable endeavors.