About Us

Paso Robles CaliforniaIn the year 1769, by order of Carlos III, an expedition was formed to explore and claim this territory, now California, for the Spanish Crown. Under the leadership of Portola, who was to establish Presidios, and with Father Junipero Serra to establish Missions, the expedition left San Diego and worked up the coast to the Golden Gate.
 

Along this historic trail, called El Camino Real - The Highway of the King - were founded the 21 Missions that make it one of the most fascinating highways of our country.  

 

Midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles the expedition passed through a beautiful valley shaded by large live oak trees, and they called it "El Paso de Robles," meaning "The Pass of the Oaks," and from this our town received its charming name.

 

Our Chapter

The women in our chapter enjoy participating in numerous activities for historic preservation, education, and patriotism.  Here are just a few images of some of our fun: 

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