• Eagle Scout Award, Troop 327

    Ben Setser
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    President Ben Setser of Catawba Valley Chapter was honored to present Cole Anthony Panaccione of Boy Scout Troop 327 with the Eagle Scout Award on Thursday, 23 June 2022. This is the 4th Eagle Scout Award Catawba Valley Chapter has presented this year!

  • Battle of Ramsour’s Mill

    Ron Hillabrand
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    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter.   The Battle of Ramsour’s Mill took place on June 20, 1780, in present-day Lincolnton, North Carolina. The one to two-hour battle during the foggy morning of June 20th […]

  • Troop 144 Holds Eagle Scout Court of Honor

    halifaxadmin
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    Troop 144 recently held a Court of Honor in which Andrew Cole Johnson was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.  Johnson’s Eagle Scout project was the beautification of Cedarwood Cemetery in Roanoke Rapids.  Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson presented the new Eagle Scout with the Sons of the American Revolution Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Shares Stories of Historic Flags with Elks Lodge 1616

    Ron Hillabrand
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    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. The Blue Ridge Chapter NCSSAR Color Guard is a very recognizable group in Western North Carolina. With a variety of colorful and historic uniforms, this group of Compatriots displays […]

  • Outstanding Citizenship Award Presented By Blue Ridge Chapter

    Ron Hillabrand
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    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter.   “Thank you for your service” is a phrase given frequently to America’s veterans of military service. It can be followed with a smile, hug or pat-on-the-back. A restauranter […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Holds Flag Retirement Ceremony to Honor Old Glory

    Ron Hillabrand
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    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. The Blue Ridge Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution observed Flag Day 2022 by conducting a solemn flag retirement ceremony at its Chapter meeting on June 11th. […]

  • NEW BERN CHAPTER COLOR GUARD SUPPORTS ELKS NATIONAL FLAG DAY CEREMONY

    newbernadmin
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    In a “Partner In Patriotism” event, the New Bern Chapter Color Guard presented “The Colors” at the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, New Bern Lodge No. 764 Flag Day Ceremony on Saturday, 11 June 2022, 1100, Union Point Park, New Bern, NC. Seven historical flags were highlighted and presented individually by the Color Guard […]

  • Historic Halifax Volunteer, Author and Re-Enactor Honored Posthumously

    halifaxadmin
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    Henry C. “Hank” Brown, Jr. was remembered and honored at a memorial service in Historic Halifax, NC.  Friends, family, members of the 6th North Carolina Regiment of Continental Line and the Halifax Resolves Chapter NCSSAR gathered on a rainy afternoon at the Tap Room to tell stories about Hank and to honor his work to […]

  • Sandhills Chapter Honor Three Eagle Scouts of Troop 98 in West End, NC.

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Halifax Resolves President Addresses Whitaker Family Reunion

    halifaxadmin
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    Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson was invited to speak to a group of the descendants of Revolutionary War Colonel John Whitaker of Halifax County.  These individuals were descended from two of Colonel Whitaker’s sons who migrated south and west after the Revolution.  The presentation, entitled “Halifax County – A Glimpse into the Past”, informed […]

  • Adam Setser Grave Marking 6-11-2022

    Ben Setser
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    Catawba Valley Chapter conducted a grave marking for Patriot Adam Setser on Saturday, 11 June 2022 at Littlejohn Methodist Church, Lenoir NC. Fourteen people were present, including 3 direct descendants, those being Susan Houck of Quaker Meadows Chapter DAR, Ben Setser, President, Catawba Valley Chapter, SAR and John Jay Cline Vice President, Catawba Valley Chapter, […]

  • Sandhills SAR Presents Southern Pines Public Service Awards for Fire Prevention and Law Enforcement

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Sandhills Chapter Presents the SAR Outstanding Cadet JROTC Medal and Award Certificate.

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Pinehurst WW II Veteran, Dr. Jack Duaner, Receives The French Legion of Honor Award.

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Eagle Scout Recognized by SAR

    halifaxadmin
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    David Thomas Graeter, of Troop 144 in Roanoke Rapids, was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a recent Court of Honor.  Graeter’s Eagle Scout project was the beautification of Cedarwood Cemetery in Roanoke Rapids.  Ken Wilson, president of the Halifax Resolves SAR Chapter, recognized Graeter’s accomplishments by awarding him the SAR Eagle Scout Recognition […]

  • Halifax Resolves Participates in Memorial Day Ceremony

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    The Halifax Resolves Chapter, in cooperation with Am Vets Post 101, participated in the Memorial Day ceremony at Cedarwood Cemetery in Roanoke Rapids.  Chapter President Ken Wilson was the keynote speaker reminding the gathering of the true meaning of Memorial Day.  In addition, he presented the chapter wreath.photo courtesy www.rrspin.com

  • Eagle Scout Marcus Orion Sanders

    Ben Setser

    Catawba Valley Chapter SAR had the pleasure of presenting Marcus Orion Sanders the Eagle Scout Award at his Eagle Court of Honor on 5 June 2022. Congratulations Marcus.

  • The Commemoration of the 242 Anniversary of the Battle of Ramsour’s Mill

    Ben Setser
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    The Commemoration of the 242 Anniversary of the Battle of Ramsour’s Mill in Lincolnton NC is in the books and was a great success. There were more than 140 people gathered at the Mass Grave for the Commemoration. In that group, we had 27 members of the Combined Color Guard form 5 States and many […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter National Colors Presentation

    Ron Hillabrand
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    First North Carolina Chapter of the Son of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. On May 29th, members of the Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard presented the National Colors for the National Anthem at the Memorial Day Asheville Tourists Baseball game. As they […]