• President’s Piece April 2017

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    My last month as President of the North Carolina SAR started off well when Julie and I travelled back to our USAF stomping grounds in Yorktown, VA on April 3 […]

  • President’s Piece – March 2017

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    March roared in like the proverbial Lion as Julie and I headed to Louisville for the semi-annual Leadership meeting.  As is our practice, we decided to make a two-day event […]

  • President’s Piece February 2017

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    February was a blur for me!  I have travelled across the state several times and participated in multiple chapter meetings.  Reconciliation has been completed by State Secretary Jim Becker and […]

  • President’s Piece January 2017

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    WOW!  What a start for the New Year.  Americanism, Stark, Reconciliation, Board of Managers Reports all due at about the same time.  It does not get any more difficult than […]

  • President’s Piece December 2016

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    As we begin the New Year, it is good to look back and rejoice in the many accomplishments completed at the chapter level.  I thank all of you who have […]

  • Battle of Cowan’s Ford

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    The Mecklenburg Chapter hosted the 236th Anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Cowan’s Ford at the Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Huntersville, NC on 28 January 2017. Chapter President Ken Luckey was […]

  • Lower Cape Fear Chapter Celebrates Flag Day

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    This is Al Meyer, Brunswick County Resident and Secretary of the Lower Cape Fear Chapter Sons of the American Revolution at the latest American Flag Retirement of the Chapter.  As […]

  • Memorial Day – Wilmington National Cemetery

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    Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service or after service to our nation.  Memorial day was born out of […]

  • Buford’s Massacre

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    Buford’s Massacre-American Colonel Abraham Buford was the commander of 300-350 men, comprised of a Virginia regiment of infantry and a company of artillery. Two hundred thrty-four years ago, on May […]

  • Lower Cape Fear Enhanced JROTC Cadet Recognized

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    The Lower Cape Fear Chapter, SAR, recognized c/Capt Samantha Jones, a junior at E. A. Laney High School, as the chapter’s Enhanced JROTC cadet during a luncheon meeting at Elizabeth’s […]

  • Leadership meeting at Louisville, KY 26-28 Feb 2016

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    The February Leadership Meeting in Louisville, KY is always a meteorological treat and this year was no exception.  My wife, Julie, and I travelled early and ran through a major […]

  • George Washington’s Birthday Celebration

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    The Lower Cape Fear Chapter met to celebrate George Washington’s birthday, recognize outstanding efforts by community members, chapter members and install officers.   President Charles A. Lewis opened the celebration by […]

  • Wreaths Across America

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    Lower Cape Fear Chapter supports Wreaths Across America The Lower Cape Fear Chapter Color Guard members, Gary O. Green, C. Gene Funderburk and Al Meyer participated in the Wreaths Across […]

  • Reenactment of Resignation of Wilmington Stamp Master

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    Re-enactors Compatriots Dr. Doug DeGroote, Gary O. Green and C. Gene Funderburk of the Lower Cape Fear Chapter SAR joined with The Stamp Defiance Chapter of the North Carolina Society […]

  • Flag Retirement/Naturalization Ceremony at Moore’s Creek

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    The Lower Cape Fear Chapter SAR, in collaboration with the 17 chapters of District VII of the DAR, conducted a formal flag retirement ceremony following the Naturalization Ceremony for 50 […]