• Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard Commander Presentation to DAR

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    Chartered 21 April in Asheville, North Carolina, later became the Blue Ridge Chapter and is the oldest active Chapter in Western North Carolina.   GARRY LINTON PRESENTS DISEASES OF AMER REV RUTH DAVIDSON DAR CHAPTER    

  • Blue Ridge Color Guard at Cowan’s Ford Commemoration

    Ron Hillabrand
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    Chartered 21 April in Asheville, North Carolina, later became the Blue Ridge Chapter and is the oldest active Chapter in Western North Carolina. On January 27, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. at the Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Huntersville, North Carolina, Blue Ridge Color Guard members Craig Isaacson and Garry Linton participated in the presentation of colors […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Meeting February 10, 2024

    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. The chapter approved the 2024 Chapter Expense Budget. There is an immediate need for a new Chapter Treasurer or an Assistant Treasurer. Registrar Mike Burkhart reported we have one new member […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard Activity January 2024

    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. On January 17, 2024, Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard members Craig Isaacson and Ken Welgarz presented colors at the 243rd Anniversary of the Battle of Cowpens in Cowpens, South Carolina.   […]

  • Halifax Resolves Chapter Recognizes Knight Essay Winners

    halifaxadmin
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    The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) invites all high school students (9th through 12th grades) interested in the American Revolution to participate in the George S. & Stella M. Knight Essay Contest. The contest is open to all US Citizens and Legal Resident students attending home schools, public, parochial, or […]

  • Jack Castleberry, BSA Troop # 7, Awarded the SAR Eagle Scout Medal and Certificate

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Halifax Resolves Inducts New Slate of Officers

    halifaxadmin
    Posted in: News

    The Halifax Resolves Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution kicked off the new year with the induction of a new slate of officers, recognition of members and support people, and the induction of a new member.  Chris Grimes, Sr. VP, NCSSAR, traveled to Halifax on the night of January 10th to assist with […]

  • Michael Cooper Speaks at Wreaths Across America Ceremony

    halifaxadmin
    Posted in: News

    Michael Cooper, Secretary for the Halifax Resolves Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, spoke at Oakwood Cemetery in Louisburg, NC on December 14th.  The ceremony recognized the Wreaths Across America program, whose mission is to: Remember the fallen, Honor those who serve, and Teach the next generation the value of freedom.

  • Ken Wilson Receives Flag Certificate

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    Posted in: News

    Halifax Resolves Chapter President Geoffrey Pittard presented Ken Wilson (Old North State Chapter) with a Sons of the American Revolution Flag Certificate.  The Flag Certificate, authorized in 1987, is presented to individuals, companies, government agencies that fly the United States flag for patriotic purposes only.      

  • Blue Ridge Chapter SAR Meeting/Awards Luncheon

    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. After the presentation of colors, the Invocation, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the SAR Pledge, the Chapter observed a Moment of Silence in remembrance of Compatriot and former Chapter President Jim Brush. The Executive […]

  • Sandhills SAR Chapter Recognizes Two Eagle Scouts with Medals and Certificates

    Mike Fusselbaugh
    Posted in: News
  • Lessons In Leadership

    Denny Colvin
    Posted in: News

    The General Francis Nash Chapter held its final meeting of 2023 on December 2 at the beautifully decorated Colonial Inn in Hillsborough.  NC SAR President Steve Van Pelt updated the Chapter on the State Society, and then the group was treated to a presentation and Q & A with retired NFL Executive Jim Steeg.   […]

  • Halifax Resolves Chapter’s Mark Pace portrays John Penn at Louisburg College.

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    Posted in: News, Newsletters

    On Thursday evening, November 16, 2023, Mark Pace, vice-president-elect of the Halifax Resolves Chapter presented a lecture to a large group on John Penn, one of the three North Carolina signers of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia.  He appeared in colonial dress in the persona of John Penn and presented an approximately 45-minute program […]

  • New Bern Chapter Participates In New Bern Christmas Parade

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    Posted in: News

    On Saturday, December 2nd, the New Bern Chapter of the NC Sons of the American Revolution, the Richard Dobbs Spaight Chapter of the NC Daughter of the American Revolution, and the Tryon Palace, Fife and Drum Corp, joined 116 other participating groups/organization/businesses, in the 2023 New Bern City Christmas Parade. It was a fantastic event, […]

  • Promoting The Boston Tea Party

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: News

    Members of Catawba Valley Chapter visited businesses in down town Lincolnton on Monday, 27 November to promote and advertise our Boston Tea Party event happening at the Betty G Ross Park, 800 Madison St., Lincolnton, NC 28092, on 9 December 2023, from 10am until 2pm.

  • Lincolnton NC Christmas Parade

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: What's New, News

    Catawba Valley Chapter was included in the Lincolnton NC Christmas Parade, Sunday, 26 November 2023. It was cold, but it was a fun day.

  • Veterans Day at Camden

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: What's New, News

    During Veterans’ Day weekend, while participating at the Southern Campaign 1780’s encampment and reenactment in Kershaw, South Carolina, Chapter President Roy Lightfoot took the time to visit the graves of the twelve unknown soldiers who were recently reinterred in Camden, South Carolina. While there, he placed Betsy Ross flags on each of them. He also […]