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- 6:00 PM-9:00 PMMay 16, 2019
5624 Westpark Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217, USA5624 Westpark Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217, USA
May Chapter Dinner Meeting!
North Carolina State Representative Craig Horn, District 68, will join us for an exciting evening and presentation on how the character and foresight of three Great Leaders in 3 different centuries are tied together.
Our founding documents are not only the foundation of this Great Nation but are also the guideposts that direct our future. In his presentation entitled “The Ties That Bind,” Rep. Horn provides an insight into how we have honored and can continue to honor the legacy of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Winston Churchill.
Rep. Horn is a former Russian linguist with the USAF Security Service and a retired food broker and businessman. Elected in 2010, Craig is now serving his fourth term in the NC General Assembly representing District 68, Western Union County.
Adult tickets are $34 and children are $17. You can purchase your tickets through PayPal on our chapter website or mail in your RSVP with a check made payable to Mecklenburg SAR Chapter.7:00 PM-9:00 PMMay 16, 2019
100 Hickory St, Greenville, NC 27858, USA100 Hickory St, Greenville, NC 27858, USA
General George Washington Chapter Meeting!
Our monthly chapter meeting occurs every 3rd Thursday of each month, except December.
We meet inside the Aerobics Room at Cypress Glen Retirement Community in Greenville, NC.
For more information, please contact George Strunk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2:00 PM-4:00 PMMay 18, 2019
5803 NC-62, Burlington, NC 27215, USA5803 NC-62, Burlington, NC 27215, USA
Members of SAR, DAR, C.A.R., SR and other Patriotic/Historical Societies are hereby invited to participate in a formal wreath laying ceremony at Alamance Battleground at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, May 18, 2019 to commemorate Alamance County’s three 1781 Revolutionary Battles: Pyle’s Defeat, Clapp’s Mill and Lindley’s Mill, and the Pre-Revolutionary May 16, 1771 Battle of Alamance.
This year’s event will be held as in the past at the Patriot’s Monument, Alamance Battleground State Park. Color Guard units are encouraged to bring chapter and ceremonial flags and wear period uniforms or militia dress. Dignitaries and representatives of patriotic societies are invited to present wreaths.
Those who arrive early are invited to tour the grounds. There will be food sold at the site and for those who would prefer, lunch at the Cutting Board restaurant at 12:00 PM is always a great choice. The Cutting Board restaurant is located along the Interstate-40 access road at EXIT #143 (intersection of I-40 with Highway 62).
Participants in the 2:00 pm wreath laying ceremony are requested to arrive at the Park Patriots’ Monument before 1:30 P.M. The NCSSAR combined Color Guard will lead the processional.
Directions to Alamance Battleground State Park: From Interstate-40 take Exit 143, then south on Highway 62 for approximately six miles, Alamance Battleground State Military Park entrance is on the right (GPS = 5803 North Carolina 62, Burlington, NC).
To include your unit’s recognition in the program, please furnish the following information by May 15, 2019 to:
Samuel C. Powell
PO Box 2104
Burlington, NC 27216-2104
Telephone: (336) 227-3557
E-mail: sam@PowellEnt.com with
For wreath presenters
Office/Title of presenter:
- 12:00 PM-1:00 PMMay 20, 2019
W Trade St & E Trade St, Charlotte, NC 28202W Trade St & E Trade St, Charlotte, NC 28202
“MecDec” Day Ceremony!
Trade & Tryon
Join the Mecklenburg Chapter Color Guard
No Uniform Required to Participate!
Email Jim Tatum to participate email@example.com
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- 10:30 AM-11:30 AMMay 25, 2019
262 Rocky River Rd, Lancaster, SC 29720, USA262 Rocky River Rd, Lancaster, SC 29720, USA
239th Anniversary of Buford’s Massacre
10:30am on May 25, 2019
Buford’s Crossroads 9 Miles East of Lancaster, SC
On May 25, 2019, The National Society, The South Carolina Society, and The General Francis Marion Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will host the 239th Commemoration of the Battle of Waxhaws, better known as Buford’s Massacre, at the Battle Site near Buford’s Crossroads about nine miles east of Lancaster, South Carolina. The event will begin at 10:30 A.M. with a formal wreath-laying ceremony and guest speakers. Many guests will don period dress, including Continental and Militia attire. The story of Buford’s Massacre will be told as the bravery of the Patriots is commemorated and the fallen are honored.
Colonel Abraham Buford was the commander of a Virginia Regiment of infantry and a company of artillery comprised of approximately 300 men. Two hundred thirty-nine years ago, on May 29, 1780, British Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton pursued Colonel Buford from Nelson’s Ferry to Buford near the Waxhaws District. Colonel Buford attempted to surrender, but a bloody massacre ensued with American casualties numbering 113 against a handful of British fatalities. Even more were taken prisoner, and 150 of the 187 prisoners were wounded. Tarleton became known as “Bloody Ban,” and “Tarleton’s Quarter!” became a rallying battle cry for Southern Patriots until the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown.
GREG Ohanesian, Past President, S.C.S.S.A.R.
Post Office Box 1373
Bennettsville, S.C. 29512
Fax: (843) 479-7195
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