About Us

Lake Tahoe Chapter NSDAR began February 2019 with 25 members and 42 associate members.  Chapter meetings are held August through May (excluding December) on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM.  Meetings begin with an opening ritual, followed by a program, then by the business session.  Guests are always welcome to come and learn about the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Lake Tahoe Chapter NSDAR Daughters are an active group.  They are proud of their chapter’s unique and wonderful namesake.  The Lake Tahoe Basin is one of our country’s national treasures and chapter members are committed to its conservation.  Chapter members participate in the annual Keep Tahoe Blue Beach Cleanup which occurs the day after July Fourth festivities.  They have also selected the Lake Tahoe Basin as the recipient for the chapter’s Penny Pines Reforestation Program donations.

Chapter members have chosen service projects that relate to South Lake Tahoe’s community of approximately 24,000 residents.  The chapter is working toward the restoration and preservation of the Al Tahoe Cemetery which was donated to the local populace in 1869 by former State Assemblyman Thomas Rowland.  To that end, the chapter formed a committee that - in addition to chapter members - now includes representation from the California Tahoe Conservancy, the City of South Lake Tahoe, the Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra, and the Lake Tahoe Historical Society.  The chapter is focusing some of its attention on Lake Tahoe Community College by donating to the campus food pantry for students in need, and by supporting military veterans attending the college.  Chapter members are also supporting those in the community who are seeking United States citizenship and honoring those who become United States citizens.  Chapter commemorations include marching in the city’s annual Fourth of July Parade.