*FRIDAY NIGHT RECEPTION* A reception will be held on Friday, June 8th beginning at 5:00pm at the QualityInn Lincolnton, 1550 E Main St, Lincolnton,NC 28092. Hotel phone is 704-732-0011. We have a block of rooms set aside at a special price of $69.99, so if you are planning to stay there let them know you are with the SAR event.
Please register for Wreath Presentation and Color Guard Online or download a form to send via US Mail before June 1, 2018. Mail your RSVP to: Jack Bowman, 1727 Grouse Moor Dr., Sugar Mountain, NC 28604 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Raleigh Chapter Sons of the American Revolution cordially invites you to our annual
Tara Farm BBQ and Meeting 715 Newton Rd. Raleigh, NC
Our annual Tara Farm Picnic will be held on June 9 starting at 11:30 AM with lunch at noon. Bring your significant other and join us for a great meal and fellowship.
The menu is Fried Chicken, Pork BBQ, and fixins from The Forks Cafeteria & Catering.
Cost is $18 per adult, $9 per child under 21.
We will have a guest speaker Dr. Robert “Bob” Ainsley. Dr. Ainsley will discuss his patriot ancestor Peter Wynne.
All patriotic and lineage organizations are invited including DAR, Colonial Wars, Founders, etc.
Send a check payable to “Raleigh Chapter, NCSSAR” Bob Sigmon, Raleigh Chapter President 1104 Carrington Drive Raleigh NC 27615 Or, call or e-mail your reservation to Bob at (919) 349-8245, or Robert_Sigmon@yahoo.com
The Halifax Resolves Chapter will conduct a grave marking for Compatriot James Carlos Harris at 10:00 am, Saturday June 16, 2018. Compatriot Harris was a charter member of the now defunct Harrison-Macon Chapter that was based in Louisburg. He is buried in the family cemetery located at 3200 NC Hwy 58, Warrenton, NC.
(Note to attendees: The cemetery is located along the edge of a pasture approximately ½ mile from the entrance to the home.)
The ceremony will be held at 2200 McConnaughey Lane, Morganton, 28655. Attorney General Josh Stein will be the guest speaker. Avery was a Colonel in the militia. He served as North Carolina’s first Attorney General and was the leading figure in drafting North Carolina’s first Constitution. Avery was involved in a duel with Andrew Jackson. A reception will follow.