• Nathan Alexander Stedman 3rd Grave Marker Dedication

    Mike Fusselbaugh
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  • Northern Nash HS Receives SAR Flag Certificate

    halifaxadmin
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    During his visit to Northern Nash HS on September 22nd, Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson presented the school with an SAR Flag certificate “In Recognition of Exemplary Patriotism in the display of the Flag of the United States of America.”  Northern Nash HS AFROTC, NC-801 Cadet Commander Major Makenzie Page accepted the certificate on […]

  • U. S. Flag and 21 Gun Salute Presentations at Northern Nash HS

    halifaxadmin
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    Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson was invited to speak at Northern Nash HS to two of Mr. Brian Taylor’s Civics classes concerning U. S. Flag, History, Etiquette and Proper Folding and the History of the 21 Gun Salute.  During the September 22nd  presentations, Wilson, with the assistance of two students, also demonstrated the proper […]

  • John Penn Attends General James Moore DAR Chapter Meeting

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    Halifax Resolves Compatriot Mark Pace, in the persona of John Penn, attended the September meeting of the General James Moore Chapter NC DAR in Wake Forest, NC.  His address to the chapter covered Penn’s role in the signing of the Declaration of Independence. General James Moore Chapter Regent Ms. Debby Butler and Mark Pace   […]

  • John Penn Attends Constitution Day Ringing of the Bells

    halifaxadmin
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    Halifax Resolves Chapter member Mark Pace, in the personae of John Penn, attended the Ringing of the Bells on September 17th in Oxford, NC celebrating the adoption of the U.S. Constitution.  The event is hosted by the John Penn Chapter NC DAR in Oxford. Mark Pace with John Penn DAR Chapter Members

  • John Penn Speaks to Thomas Person DAR Chapter

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    Halifax Resolves Chapter Compatriot Mark Pace, in the personae of John Penn, addressed the September meeting of the Thomas Person Chapter NC DAR in Roxboro, NC.  His topic was “John Penn and the Signing of the Declaration of Independence”. Thomas Person Chapter Regent Ms. Pamela Wood, Mark Pace, Thomas Person Chapter Vice-Regent Bonnie Meeler

  • New Bern Chapter Conducts Patriot Merit Badge Workshop for Scouts

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    The New Bern Chapter, NC Society, Sons of the American Revolution partnered with the Boy Scouts of America – Southern District of the East Carolina Council, Garber United Methodist Church and Tom Pike, Chic-fil-A (New Bern) to conduct the 2022 Patriot Merit Badge Workshop (PMBW) on Saturday, 24 September 2022. Thirty-two (32) scouts earned their […]

  • New Bern Chapter Joins Local DAR Chapter at Library

    newbernadmin
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    On the morning of Thursday, 22 September, members of the New Bern Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, and the Richard Dobbs Spaight Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, met at the Havelock Library, to meet with approx. 15 pre-school children.  This week is “Constitution Week, so the purpose of the […]

  • Celebration of Life for Woodrow Darrell Harkey & Albert P. Keiser Jr

    Ben Setser
    Posted in: What's New, News

    It is with great sadness that I must report the passing and Celebration of Life for long time Chapter and Society members, Woodrow Darrell Harkey and Albert P. Keiser Jr. Albert became a member of NSSAR in 1979 and in fact, pre-dates our Chapter. Darrell became a member of our Chapter in 2003. Both men […]

  • American History Teacher Receives Certificate of Appreciation

    halifaxadmin
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    Mr. Patrick Warren, an American History teacher at Bunn HS, was presented an SAR Certificate of Appreciation for his support of the Halifax Resolves Chapter’s Speaker’s Bureau.  Mr. Warren invited HRC President Ken Wilson to speak to three of his classes about the U. S. flag, and the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War.   Mr. […]

  • History Presentations at Bunn HS

    halifaxadmin
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    Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson was asked to speak to three classes taught by Mr. Patrick Warren at Bunn HS.  Wilson spoke to the Civics class about  U.S. Flag History, Etiquette and the proper way to fold a flag.  Wilson then spoke to the American History class, followed by the AP American History class, […]

  • Bunn HS Presented with SAR Flag Certificate

    halifaxadmin
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    Bunn HS in Bunn, NC was recently awarded an SAR Flag Certificate by Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson “In Recognition of Exemplary Patriotism in the display of the Flag of the United States of America”.  Bunn HS Principal Mr. Tyler Morris accepted the certificate on behalf of the school.

  • New Member Inducted at Halifax Resolves Chapter

    halifaxadmin
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    Mr. Mark A. Pace was inducted into the Society as a new member of the Halifax Resolves Chapter.  Compatriot Pace’s Patriot Ancestor is James Holland.  HRC President Ken Wilson performed the induction ceremony.  Chapter Registrar Bill Riggan was the first line signer and presented Compatriot Pace with an SAR rosette and an SAR challenge coin.

  • Genealogist Speaks to Halifax Resolves Chapter

    halifaxadmin
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    Braswell Library Genealogist Ms. Traci Thompson, MILS, CG, presented a program entitled “The Adventures of Percival Clay – From England to the Revolutionary War and Beyond” at the September meeting.  The program illustrated Percival’s life from imprisonment in England to hard times in the colonies from Virginia to North Carolina and Georgia, including being again […]

  • New Bern Chapter Color Guard Supports DAR Ringing of the Bells Event

    newbernadmin
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    The New Bern SAR Chapter Color Guard, supported the Richard Dobbs Spaight Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Saturday, 17 September 2022, at 4:00 p.m., by posting the Colors at the “Ringing of the Bells” and the unveiling of the Richard Dobbs Spaight commemorative plague on the grounds of the Christ Episcopal […]

  • Regulator “Rednap Howell” visits General Francis Nash Chapter

    Denny Colvin
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      Rednap Howell was brilliantly portrayed by Dr. Ted Scott Henson, of Burlington, himself a descendent of three Regulators.  He addressed a GFN Chapter Meeting at the Colonial Inn in Hillsborough on Constitution Day, September 17, 2022. Rednap recounted the grievances of the mainly agrarian residents of the North Carolina Colony against corrupt and inequitable […]

  • Pardee Hospital Recognized For American Flag Etiquette By Blue Ridge SAR

    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. After months of renovation to the west entry of the Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville, North Carolina, visitors can stroll up to the newly modernized plaza walkway to the front […]

  • Littleton Library Constitution Day Display

    halifaxadmin
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    At the request of Branch Director Ms. Kim Gray, Halifax Resolves Chapter NCSSAR and the Elizabeth Monfort-Ashe Chapter NCSDAR joined forces to set up a Constitution Day display at the Jones Memorial Library in Littleton. The display included the Halifax Resolves, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights with a narrative […]

  • Flag Certificate Awarded to Thornton Library

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    Halifax Resolves Chapter President Ken Wilson recently presented the Richard H. Thornton Library in Oxford, NC with an SAR Flag Certificate “In Recognition of Exemplary Patriotism in the display of the Flag of the United States of America”.  Thornton Library Director Andrew Maloney accepted the certificate on behalf of the library.

  • The Catawba Coalition, Catawba Valley September Newsletter

    Ben Setser

    For your reading pleasure, our September Newsletter 29 chapter newsletter 10 September, 2022