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SAR Announces the 2015 Dr. Tom & Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Award Winner

Every year, the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) invites all of its chapters to nominate American history teachers for the Dr. Tom & Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Award. After a vigorous decision-making process at the Spring Leadership meeting, the 2015 award winner is Mr. Derrick Lindow, a U.S. history and social studies teacher at Daviess County Middle School in Owensboro, Kentucky.

Derrick Lindow

National SAR Library to Showcase Lunar Bible Exhibit

Louisville, Kentucky – One of only twelve flight-certified Lunar Bibles in existence will be on display at the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Genealogical Research Library beginning on Monday, March 9th, 2015.

 

Edgar Mitchell and Al Newberry

Happy Birthday George Washington!

 

Americanism Committee Announces the 2015 Americanism & President General Contest Score Sheet is now available

The Americanism Committee is pleased to announce that the 2015 Americanism & President General Contest Score Sheet is now available for downloading and use. The 2015 Score Sheet only has a changes on Tabs 3 and 6 aside from verbiage being added to provide clarification in certain areas. As always, the Americanism Committee encourages all chapters and state societies to participate in these contests and to enter all data as it occurs instead of waiting until January of 2016.


2015 Americanism President General Contest Score Sheet

Longest Serving Compatriot ready to celebrate Rhode Island Society's 125th Anniversary

Mr. Robert William Kenyon was born on January 10, 1914 in Providence, Rhode Island. He joined The Sons of the American Revolution on March 29, 1936, national number 53946, and is now the longest serving compatriot in the United States.

Bob Kenyon

2014 Wreaths Across America Proclamation

Proclamation

December 13, 2014

Whereas: The Wreaths Across America story began over fifteen years ago when Morrill and Karen Worcester of the Worcester Wreath Company from Harrington, Maine began a tradition of placing wreaths on the headstones of our nation's fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery during the holidays; and

Whereas: Morrill Worcester was awarded the Gold Good Citizenship Medal by the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution for his patriotic service; and

Gov. Franklin Murphy, PG 1898-1900

New Additions to the National Headquarters!