• Sandhills Chapter Presents Two SAR Eagle Scout Awards

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Blue Ridge Chapter 2023 Membership Dues Notice

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. Sometime within this next week, all Blue Ridge Chapter members will receive a request for the 2023 Sons of the American Revolution membership dues. As you may or may […]

  • The 241stAnniversary of the Attack at the House In the Horseshoe (August 6th)

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Captain Martian Gambill Grave Marking

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: What's New, News

    Catawba Valley Chapter in conjunction with New River Pioneers Chapter VA NSDAR conducted a joint grave marking for Patriot Captain Martin Gambill on 23 July 2022 in Crumpler NC. We had a combined NC/TN Color Guard with members from Bethabra Chapter, Mecklenburg Chapter, Catawba Valley Chapter, Col Alexander Erwin Chapter NC NSSAR and Watauga Chapter […]

  • SAR and DAR Combine Efforts to Provide Snacks to the NC Veterans Home in Kinston

    newbernadmin
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    On Monday, 18 July, Gary Gillette (New Bern Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution) and Tammy Gillette (Richard Dobbs Spaight Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution), delivered a large load of snacks, for the Canteen at the NC Veterans Home in Kinston, NC.  Their Canteen includes various “snack items”, which residents […]

  • Historic Halifax Site Managers Receive Certificates of Appreciation

    halifaxadmin
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    Historic Halifax Site Manager Mr. Carl Burke and Assistant Site Manager Mr. Frank McMahon updated the Halifax Resolves Chapter on improvements that are planned for the historic site leading up to the 250th Anniversary celebration of the American Revolution. Funds have been secured to renovate the Visitor’s Center and add some new displays.  There are […]

  • Halifax Resolves Inducts New Member

    halifaxadmin
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    During the chapter’s July meeting, Chapter President Ken Wilson inducted Joe Pearce into the Society.  Compatriot Pearce’s Patriot ancestor is his name-sake Joseph Pearce.  Chapter Registrar Bill Riggan was the first line signer and presented Compatriot Pearce with the SAR rosette. Compatriot Pearce was the first new member submitted by Registrar Riggan.  The Registrar recognized […]

  • David Vance Grave Marking

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: News, What's New

    Catawba Valley Chapter was honored to assist Mecklenburg Chapter in the grave marking that they conducted for Patriot David Vance on 16 July 2022 at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Charllotte. Present for the commemoration was the 4th great grandson of Patriot Vance, Compatriot Robert Vance of Alto NM and member of Gadsden Chapter, […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Color Guard Celebrates America’s 246th Birthday

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. There is nothing like an “old Fashioned” 4th of July parade to bring out a community’s celebrants in force. This year’s celebration in Hendersonville, North Carolina, was among the […]

  • NEW BERN CHAPTER TAKES VETERANS TO BASEBALL GAME

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    The New Bern Chapter hosted residents and their respective care givers of the North Carolina Veterans Home located in Kinston, NC at the MiLB baseball game between the Down East Wood Ducks and the Columbia Fireflies on Wednesday, 13 July 2022 at Grainger Stadium, Kinston, NC. The residents and care givers were treated to a “Day-at-the-Ballpark” that […]

  • July 4th Naturalization Ceremony In Monticello, Virginia

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter.                                                            […]

  • NEW BERN CHAPTER PRESENTS WOUNDED WARRIOR COINS

    newbernadmin
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    The New Bern SAR Chapter awarded the Wounded Warrior Coin to four veterans on Friday, 8 July 2022 at the fund-raising supper (program managed by New Bern member Rob Webster, MSGT, USMC (Ret)) in support of the Jacksonville, NC Veteran Center held at the VFW, Post 2514. The Wounded Warrior Coin was presented to (L […]

  • NCSAR Chapter Color Guard Members Presents Colors at Wood Ducks MiBL Baseball Game

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    Members of the New Bern (NB), George Washington (GW) & Le Marquis de Lafayette (MdL) Chapters served as the Color Guard presenting the Colors for the National Anthem and delivering a musket volley immediately after to start the MiLB baseball game between the Downeast Wood Ducks and the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers on Sunday, 3 July […]

  • Independence Day Parade in Faith NC, 4 July 2022

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: News, What's New

    Catawba Valley Chapter joined in with Salisbury Chapter and several others to take part in the Faith NC Independence Day Parade. In my best estimation, we had 3 DAR Chapters and at least 4 SAR chapters involved in the 2 floats and marching contingency that we as a group provided. Many thanks to Frank Merrill, […]

  • Eagle Scout Award, Troop 327

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: What's New, News

    President Ben Setser of Catawba Valley Chapter was honored to present Cole Anthony Panaccione of Boy Scout Troop 327 with the Eagle Scout Award on Thursday, 23 June 2022. This is the 4th Eagle Scout Award Catawba Valley Chapter has presented this year!

  • Battle of Ramsour’s Mill

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter.   The Battle of Ramsour’s Mill took place on June 20, 1780, in present-day Lincolnton, North Carolina. The one to two-hour battle during the foggy morning of June 20th […]

  • Troop 144 Holds Eagle Scout Court of Honor

    halifaxadmin
    Posted in: News

    Troop 144 recently held a Court of Honor in which Andrew Cole Johnson was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.  Johnson’s Eagle Scout project was the beautification of Cedarwood Cemetery in Roanoke Rapids.  Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson presented the new Eagle Scout with the Sons of the American Revolution Eagle Scout Recognition Certificate […]

  • Blue Ridge Chapter Shares Stories of Historic Flags with Elks Lodge 1616

    Ron Hillabrand
    Posted in: News

    First North Carolina Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Chartered 21 April 1928 in Asheville, North Carolina, and later became the Blue Ridge Chapter. The Blue Ridge Chapter NCSSAR Color Guard is a very recognizable group in Western North Carolina. With a variety of colorful and historic uniforms, this group of Compatriots displays […]