Welcome to Baja California Chapter!
Bienvenidos a Baja California Chapter!

DAR in Spanish means "to give."

We want to give to the community
give to our members
give scholarships
give you information on how to join us!

Who are we?

Our chapter in Baja California is part of the largest women's organization in the US and one of the largest in the world, with 4 chapters in Mexico, 2 more in the works and we're growing all the time. We cover the area from Tijuana to Ensenada and welcome members from throughout Baja California.

We want to make a difference and serve the communities in northern Baja California, and our chapter projects include:

  • Giving scholarships for the secondary school youth in La Mision
  • Flying Samaritans volunteers, providing medical care in Baja's rural areas
  • Expanding Ensenada's public library
  • Cataloguing and indexing local genealogical records

Take a look at our chapter members and activities.

We do genealogy, family history, preserving historical sites and monuments, and promote education and patriotism. We are non-political and have women from every profession and interest. We have committees from Computers to Heritage, Conservation to Veterans, Public Relations to Indian education and heritage. We give DAR Scholarships for teachers, nurses, government, history and economics.

We own the largest female owned buildings in Washington, DC, the famous Constitution Hall across from the White House, and we support 6 schools around the country for underprivileged children. We have the second largest genealogy library in the US after the Mormons, and we have the largest museum in the world related to Revolutionary War memorabilia.

We have all ethnicities represented, and have been working on Mexican and California Mission History and preservation, and finding Mexican patriots who aided in the American Revolution.

If you are interested, or think your family history might go back to 1776 or before, take a look at our membership information.

We know how to do the family history, we want to meet you, work on Baja history, volunteer in area projects, and get together as a community. We have bi-monthly meetings from Tijuana to Ensenada, and we hope you will join us!!

E-mail Cristy Trembly for more information at cristy.trembly@tvc.cbs.com.


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Last update: March 2, 2010