• NEW BERN CHAPTER INDUCTS TWO NEW MEMBERS

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    The New Bern Chapter inducted ROBERT “BOB” PRESTON SAVACOOL and BRIAN ROBERT DONHAM into the Sons of the American Revolution at the Pollock Street gate of Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC on Thursday, 20 January 2022 at 1200. Bob Savacool’s Patriot is Private William Savacool (NJ Volunteer Militia) and Brian Donham’s Patriot is Private Nathaniel […]

  • NEW BERN CHAPTER PRESENTS SAR HERO MEDAL TO DEPUTY SHERIFF ZACH BELLINGHAM

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    The New Bern Chapter – NC SAR presented the SAR Hero Medal Award to Deputy Sheriff Zach Bellingham of the Craven County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, 20 January 2022, 1030 at the Craven County Sheriffs Office located at 1100 Clarks Road, New Bern, NC 28562. Deputy Bellingham was seriously injured from a gunshot wound on Friday, […]

  • Sandhills Chapter Compatriot Jack Laflin in search of a Life Saving Kidney Donor

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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    SAR Compatriots, Sandhills Chapter Registrar and member of the Color Guard is struggling with kidney failure and is search of a life saving kidney donor through the Duke Hospital Program.  Please see The Pilot Newspaper Article (1/5/2022) below with the key information about Jack’s medical and contact information.  Please share this notice and information with […]

  • Catawba Valley Chapter confers the Heroism Medal

    Ben Setser
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    Catawba Valley Chapter had the pleasure of conferring the Heroism Medal and Certificate to NC Highway Patrolman Kendall Huss, at the NC Highway Patrol Station, 3265 US-70, Conover, NC 28613, on 20 January 2022. Huss saved a 5-year-old boy and his mother from a wreck that burst into flames on US HWY 321, Hickory on […]

  • State of the Chapter – 4 December 2021

    Ron Hillabrand
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    Blue Ridge Chapter First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered on 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina and became the Blue Ridge Chapter. First of all, we want to compliment and thank the 74 members of this chapter for hanging there with us and helping us to complete a […]

  • Halifax Resolves Chapter Honors Halifax County Deputy Sheriffs

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    During the January chapter meeting, the Halifax Resolves Chapter recognized three Halifax County Deputy Sheriffs with SAR Law Enforcement Commendations.  The recommendation for the award was made by HCSO Chief Deputy Scott Hall.  The citation accompanying the award read as follows: “On December 7, 2021 Sergeant Michael A. Bishop, Corporal Casey U. Sherrod and Deputy […]

  • “The Catawba Coalition” January Newsletter, Volume 3 – Issue 1

    Ben Setser

    21 chapter newsletter 10 January 2022

  • Lancaster Funeral Home Receives Flag Certificates

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    Lancaster Funeral Home in Louisburg was recently awarded the Sons of the American Revolution Flag Certificates for correctly flying the U.S. flag at their business on Bickett Blvd. and at Lancaster Memorial Park on NC Hwy 561. The certificates were presented to Ryan Brown by Bill Riggan, Registrar, on behalf of the Halifax Resolves Chapter […]

  • New Bern Chapter Participates in Wreaths Across America

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    On 18 December, the New Bern Chapter of the NCSAR, provided the Color Guard at the Wreaths Across America Ceremony at the New Bern National Cemetery Ceremony, 1711 National Avenue, New Bern, NC 28562. Color Guard members were Bob Ainsley (President), Rob Webster (Vice-President), Gary Gillette (Registrar) and Bruce Martin. Bob Ainsley read NCSSAR President […]

  • New Bern Chapter Inducts Three New Members

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    On Saturday, 18 December 2021 at the Pollock Street Gate of Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC the New Bern Chapter inducted Adam Marhefke, Rien Skeens and Aiden Skeens as new chapter members. Color Guard members attending the ceremony were Gary Gillette, Bruce Martin, Lee Purcell, Rob Webster and Bob Ainsley. Other members attending the ceremony were Ken […]

  • Halifax Resolves Chapter Participates in WAA

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    The Halifax Resolves Chapter NC SAR participated in the Wreaths Across America program at Cedarwood Cemetery in Roanoke Rapids on December 18th.  BSA Troop 144 sponsored the event.  Chapter President Ken Wilson presented the wreath representing the U. S. Coast Guard and the POW wreath. Compatriot J. Rives Manning accompanied President Wilson.  Following the ceremony, […]

  • Catawba Valley Chapter WAA at Western Carolina Veterans Cemetery, Black Mountain NC

    Ben Setser
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    Catawba Valley Chapter closed out 2021 with Wreaths Across America at Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery in Black Mountain, N.C., on December 18th. We had to work between rain showers. The rain stopped just in time to lay the wreaths, then began again for the commemoration, which had to be moved under shelter. Chapter President, […]

  • New Bern Chapter Presents Six More Certificates of Recognition to Eagle Scouts

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    On 8 December, during a Court of Honor ceremony, Jay DeLoach, Rear Adm, USN Retired, NCSAR President, and past President of the NCSAR New Bern Chapter, presented Certificates of Recognition to Landon Nelson, Jacob Oglesby, William Dunham, James Mynster, Daniel Fahey and Simon Hanford, of the Boys Scout Troop 132, for achieving the rank of […]

  • Catawba Valley Chapter Presents Flag Certificate

    Ben Setser
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    On Wednesday, December 8th, 2021, Catawba Valley Chapter President Ben Setser presented Robby Bennett of Bennett Funeral Service, Newton, NC, the SAR Flag Certificate in recognition of their Exemplary Patriotism in the proper display of the Flag of the United States of America. Thank you, Robby Bennett.

  • New Bern Chapter Presents Certificate of Recognition to Eagle Scout

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    On 3 December, during a Court of Honor ceremony, Ed Stinston (NCSAR New Bern Chapter member), presented, Collin Oliver, of the Boys Scout Troop 97, a Certificate of Recognition, for his achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.

  • New Bern Chapter Delivers Snacks to the NC Veterans Home in Kinston, NC

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    On 3 December, Gary Gillette (NCSAR New Bern Chapter) delivered 9 large bags of snacks for the Canteen, at the NC Veterans Home in Kinston, NC. Their Canteen includes various “snack items”, which residents can purchase for .25 cents each. It provides the residents an opportunity to periodically enjoy things they can’t normally get on […]

  • New Bern Chapter Presents Eagle Scout Certificate of Recognition

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    On 1 December, during a Court of Honor ceremony, Jay DeLoach, Rear Adm, USN Retired, and President of the NCSAR, and New Bern Chapter past President, presented Sarah Taylor, of the Boys Scout Troop 219, a Certificate of Recognition, for her achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.  

  • Nash Central HS Student Wins Essay Contest

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    Nash Central HS 11th grade student Ms. Camryn Eley is the winner of the Halifax Resolves Chapter NC SAR Knight Essay contest.  This contest requires the student to write an 800 – 1200-word essay about a person, event, philosophy or ideal associated with the American Revolution, Declaration of Independence, or the framing of the United […]

  • Troop 555 Assists SAR with Grave Marking Ceremonies

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    BSA Troop 555 of Louisburg assisted the Halifax Resolves Chapter NC SAR with both of their grave marking ceremonies on October 16th in Youngsville and Louisburg.  The scouts helped with setting up the flags and the sound system before passing out the programs and directing participates in placing their wreaths.  The troop also rendered honors […]