Blue Ridge Color Guard Presentation of “The Revolutionary War in the South”

Ron Hillabrand
Posted in: News

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


At 6 p.m. on June 4, 2024, Blue Ridge Chapter NCSSAR representatives arrived at the Madison County Genealogical Society to present a program on “the Revolutionary War in the South.”

The program was held at the Mars Hill Public Library and was attended by about 30 members of the Society.

During the question and answer period after the presentation, many questions were asked by Society members were answered by Color Guard Commander Garry Linton, Mountain V.P. Craig Issacson & President Steve Greene.

At the conclusion, the long, loud applause was evidence that the program was well-received.

Garry Linton, Craig Issacson, Steve Greene, and Society President Bernie Edwards

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 the freedoms we have today.