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- 10:00 AM-2:00 PMSeptember 09, 201712065-12069 Old Number Six Hwy, Eutawville, SC 29048, USA12065-12069 Old Number Six Hwy, Eutawville, SC 29048, USA
The 236th Anniversary of The Battle of Eutaw Springs will be held on Saturday, September 9th. There will be a 10:00 a.m. patriotic service at the Historic Church of the Epiphany in Eutawville followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the battle monument site in the Eutaw Springs Community. A ladies luncheon will be offered at Camellia Manor in Holly Hill along with a lunch at Sweatman’s BBQ at 12:00 noon. There will be an honor guard and wreath laying ceremony at Gen. Francis Marion’s Tomb at 1:45 p.m. Contact Compatriot Douglas Doster for wreath presentations and luncheon registrations at 803-823-2824 or email at email@example.com:00 PM-3:30 PMSeptember 09, 2017590 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806, USA590 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806, USA
Grave marking service for Patriot Joshua Jones at the Biltmore House Estate, sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter, North Carolina SAR, and the Daniel Morgan Chapter, South Carolina SAR. But DO NOT drive to the Biltmore House entrance! You will need to drive to the Inanda Baptist Church, 590 Brevard Road, Asheville, NC. We will then take a bus to Biltmore.
The ceremony begins at 2:00pm on the grounds of the Biltmore Estate. Due to the limited parking, participants are asked to park their cars at Inanda Baptist Church, 590 Brevard Road, Asheville, NC. A shuttle will be provided to take participants to the gravesite. Please plan on arriving no later than 1:30pm to be able to allow for the registration of any wreaths to be presented. Also, participants are asked to bring lawn chairs as seating will be very limited.
For more information, please contact Jim Cook with the Blue Ridge Chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org or John Hoyle with the Daniel Morgan Chapter at email@example.com. We invite all SAR, Color Guard members and DAR members!
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- 6:30 PM-8:30 PMSeptember 13, 2017
150 South King Street, Halifax, NC, United States150 South King Street, Halifax, NC, United States
The Halifax Resolves Chapter will meet at 6:30 pm Wednesday, September 13th, in the Fellowship Hall of the Halifax United Methodist Church, 150 South King St., Halifax, NC. A meal will be served at a cost of $10.00/person. An RSVP is required NLT noon on Monday, September 11th. This will be a business meeting to include the nomination and election of new officers and discussion on the progress of the Youth programs.
- 6:00 PM-9:35 PMSeptember 14, 2017
5624 Westpark Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217, USA5624 Westpark Dr, Charlotte, NC 28217, USA
The Mecklenburg chapter will welcome special guest Revolutionary War Cherokee Chief Attakullakulla on September 14, 2017 in Charlotte, NC at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park Hotel. Attakullakulla was the Peace Chief of the Cherokee Nation from about 1754 until his death (ca.1780-1783). He was called the “most important Indian of his day.” He was trained to become a leader among the Cherokee people.
Adult tickets are $27 each and children are $15 each.
Attakullakulla is portrayed magnificently by Captain Robert K. Rambo (USA, Ret.), who earned his BA (History) from the Virginia Military Institute, his teacher certification (History) at UVAWise, and his M.A. (US History Cherokee Studies Program) at Western Carolina University. His research centered on Attakullakulla during the 18th century.
This special American History and Revolutionary War event in Charlotte is perfect for all ages, groups, families and anybody who loves American history!
For more information, or ticket requests for larger group sizes, please contact Jay Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-526-9548. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
- 8:00 AM-5:00 PMSeptember 16, 2017
3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121, USA3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121, USA
Here is the necessary information about the upcoming vigil at George and Martha Washington’s Tomb. This event will be held on 16 September 2017 at Mount Vernon. Like before, we will meet at the Administration (Cunningham) Building at 8:00am and walk down to tomb at 8:30am sharp so that we have the first Color Guard in place at 9:00am.
Remember, NO Muskets, Swords or other weapons are allowed!
The watch will start at 9:00am and change every 15 minutes (30 minutes depending on the weather and number of participants). The last shift will end at 5:30pm if we have sufficient participation. Please consider coming this year and join us.
I will again be asking those who are attending to please give me a time or times that they would like to stand watch at the tomb (Email: email@example.com). I will try to make sure that you get the times you request.
Looking forward to another great event. Thank you for participating.
Mark C Anthony
Color Guard Vice Commander, National SAR
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- 7:00 PM-8:30 PMSeptember 19, 2017First Presbyterian Church, 699 N Grove St, Hendersonville, NC 28792, USAFirst Presbyterian Church, 699 N Grove St, Hendersonville, NC 28792, USA
Who were the Black Robe Regiment? They were America’s “patriot preachers” – some of the most outspoken proponents of truth and liberty in 18th century America. Convinced that the Bible impacted every area of life – including politics, these brave pastors stood in their pulpits each Sunday wearing their black robes, preaching from God’s Word about spiritual and civil liberty. Because of their willingness to preach the “whole counsel” of God, their congregations were well prepared when the inevitable clash with the British came. Hated by the British who called them the “Black Regiment,” these courageous men “laid it all on the altar” for freedom.Though largely forgotten today, their willingness to lead the men of their congregations onto the battlefields of our War of Independence to defend truth and liberty is one of the most inspiring stories in American history. Without their bold stand and brave deeds, America may never have come to be.
Pastor Dan Fisher tells their story in a live stage performance dressed in period attire with an array of Revolutionary period artifacts augmented by multi-media film. The telling of this story is regarded as history lesson and has no politcally biased content.
- 11:30 AM-12:30 PMSeptember 20, 2017
911 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28204, USA911 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28204, USA
Get ready to be social! Everybody, spouses, guests, friends…you’re all invited to the monthly Summer Social Lunches beginning at 11:30am at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille, 911 E Morehead St., Charlotte, NC 28204. RSVP to Jay Joyce at firstname.lastname@example.org. Come have fun. Come be social. Come meet new people. Eat food! We look forward to seeing you for our social lunch series.
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- 10:30 AM-11:30 AMSeptember 23, 2017
7501 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27612, USA7501 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27612, USA
You’re invited to attend a very special compatriot graveside service for our Society’s dear friend and leader, Tim Berly.
Please Bring Your Wreaths!
The honor ceremony will be held beginning at 10:30am at Raleigh Memorial Park Cemetery, 7501 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27612. Tim’s site is located in the “Garden of the Four Prophets” part of the cemetery, just underneath the Veterans Section. You will see the tent and chairs. Please park on the side of the cemetery road so other cars can pass.
Tim already has a SAR marker at his headstone. Our program will focus on honoring Tim’s service to our Society, speeches from his sister, Patti, and tributes from SAR leaders.
Here is what we are planning:
- Color Guard Flag Posting
- Bagpiper – Gabriel Nierman, Raleigh
- Opening Prayer
- Remembrance from family and friends
- “Live” wreath formal presentation
- Presentation of wreaths from SAR & DAR
- Toasting Tim – Talisker Whiskey
- Musket salute – SAR
- TAPS – Joseph Szalacsi, professional trumpeter
- Closing Prayer
Then, we can all travel together to O’Malley’s Irish Pub 5228 Hollyridge Dr, Raleigh, NC 27612 for fellowship, laughter and story telling, just as Tim would want!
Please set this date on your schedule to attend, honor Tim’s life, and then a social and fun lunch following the service.
PLEASE RSVP FOR A HEADCOUNT!
To RSVP, please email Jay Joyce at email@example.com. Let’s all join together and let Tim know that his SAR friends are there to honor his life.
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- 9:46 AMSeptember 28, 2017-September 30, 2017
335 W Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202, USA335 W Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202, USA
It is my pleasure to invite you to the Fall Leadership Conference/Trustees Meeting which will be held at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky on September 28-30, 2017
National committees will meet on Thursday and Friday. It is the responsibility of each chairman to notify committee members of the time and place of their meeting, and I anticipate that the schedule of meeting times and places will be posted on the web site. The Trustees meet on Saturday morning where reports will be presented by national officers and committee chairmen.
Please note: Officers and Committee Chairmen – your written report has to be in the office no later than close of business on September 8, 2017. The report form can be found on the SAR website. Send them to Debbie Smalley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dinner banquets are scheduled for Friday and Saturday evenings for your social pleasure.
For those interested in accommodations at the Brown Hotel, I recommend that reservations (Reservation Desk or 1-502-583-1234) be scheduled immediately as the space there is limited. Other hotels, inns, and motels are available but if you plan to stay at the Brown Hotel you should identify yourself as an SAR member for a special room rate.
For additional information contact Debbie Smalley ( 502-588- 6123 or email@example.com).
Late Registration: After the close of business on September 14, 2017. The registration fee after this date will be $80.
Cancellation and Refund Policy: After the close of business on September 14, 2017: no refunds
Committee Meeting Schedule – 9/11/2017
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