Blue Ridge Chapter Participation at the NCSSAR Annual Meeting

Ron Hillabrand
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Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter, and is the oldest active Chapter in Western North Carolina.

On April 5-6, 2024, the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution held its Annual Meeting in Greensboro, North Carolina.  Western Region Vice President and past Blue Ridge Chapter President Craig Issacson was awarded the Patriot Medal. Past Blue Ridge Chapter President John Boyd was awarded for his generous contribution to join the 1776 NC Minute Man Company. The Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard had its colors standing at the Embassy Suites hotel where the annual meeting was being held. Craig Issacson’s wife Connie Issacson and Blue Ridge Chapter Vice President Garry Linton’s wife Gina Linton, managed the registration table for the entire annual meeting.

Craig Issacson (ninth from the left)

John Boyd

Blue Ridge Chapter Flags at the Embassy Suites Hotel

Connie Issacson and Gina Linton

It is easy to see that the Blue Ridge Chapter is an active, energetic, busy Chapter that is always looking for new members to help us reach our challenging goals for the recognition of the sacrifices our Patriots made for us to enjoy all the freedoms we have today.