C.A.R. Blog

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The N.S.C.A.R. Blog is a space for societies to share public information about past events, service projects, historic celebrations, and meetings! Read all about it!

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  • The Colorado State Society proudly promoted patriotism and Foundations of Freedom at the Parker Days Parade. Participating C.A.R. societies supported by their DAR chapters handed out 917 U.S. Flags to parade attendees.
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    Colorado C.A.R. June parade 1
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    Colorado C.A.R. June parade 2
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    Colorado C.A.R. June parade 3

  • Rhode Island State Society C.A.R. members kicked off their state project at the RIDAR Spring State Meeting this weekend with a display and a speech about the national and state projects.  Members paged and learned about the history of George Washington’s gavel.  The RISSCAR State Project, Digitalizing History, will focus on Membership, Preservation and Education.  The project will bring the state its first website which will promote the State Society and pay tribute to our Patriots, help a local armory preserve artifacts related to George Washington, and share history about George Washington from childhood through his Presidency with local school-age children.
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    Rhode Island kickoff meeting 1
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    Rhode Island kickoff meeting 2
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    Rhode Island state project logo 2019 2020

  • Sevier Station Society members "show off" aboard the red engine at the L&N depot in Clarksville, Tennessee more than 30 state conference (T.S.C.A.R.) ribbons including the "Outstanding Tennessee Society" award. That makes 2 years in a row!
     
    Wait there is more!
     
    Members were thrilled to learn that they had a record year and had placed in 5 national contests including being tapped as a Gold National Merit Society. Only 16 societies nationwide achieved this prestigious award.
     
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    Sevier Station Society train April 2019

  • Colorado C.A.R.s promoted Foundations of Freedom and C.A.R. at the 2019 Colorado DAR State Conference. C.A.R. was invited to have a table in the exhibit hall, participate as pages, and bring greetings at the Education Luncheon. Many DAR members were excited to learn about the National President's Project for 2019 - 2020, Foundations of Freedom.
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    Colorado C.A.R. at DAR May 2019
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    Colorado C.A.R. DAR greetings May 2019

  • On March 30, 2019, the Brewster Baker Society of the Children of the American Revolution held its organizing meeting in Port Charlotte, Florida. The Hickory Bluff Chapter NSDAR is the sponsoring organization. Melissa Othon, Vice Regent of the Hickory Bluff Chapter presented the new society members with a gavel. The officers of the society were installed and a luncheon celebration was held. We were honored to have the Florida Senior State President, State President, State First Vice President-Elect and Senior State Bylaws Chair in attendance.
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    Brewster Baker Society organizing meeting
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    Brewster Baker Society gavel presentation

  • February 26, 2019-  Sevier Station Society members, Jordyn , Maddie and Ashley visited the Captain William Edmiston Chapter DAR meeting at the Clarksville Montgomery County Public Library to describe the C.A.R. Hindman donation drive. The featured speaker was Hindman Settlement School Director, Mr. Josh Mullins, who showcased the tutoring programs, cultural heritage programs, and farming assistance project for residents in this Central Appalachian region. In addition to a financial donation, our members were delighted to donate a multitude of items from the Hindman "wish list".
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    Sevier Station Society DAR visit February 2019

  • I.S.C.A.R.  members had the honor of placing a wreath at the “Wall that Heals”. The wall that heals is a traveling mini version of the Vietnam Memorial intended to allow people who cannot afford the travel to D.C. a way to see the memorial. I.S.C.A.R. State president Jacob Shadinger was included in the ceremony and all of the members in attendance had a wonderful time honoring our Vietnam veterans by placing flags at the base of the wall. I hope everyone takes the time to see when the wall will be in your area, and I urge you to attend the beautiful ceremony.


    Jacob Shadinger
    I.S.C.A.R. State President
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    Iowa members visit the Wall That Heals
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    Iowa State President at the Wall That Heals

  • Connecticut State President Braden Wallace and his brother, Callen, recently visited the Brevard Veterans Memorial & Museum on Merritt Island, FL. They were happy to find a memorial placed by the SAR and DAR Societies. The memorial reads:

    American Revolutionary War

    1776

    Dedicated to all our patriot ancestors

    who sacrificed their lives, families and

    fortunes to secure our

    FREEDOM.

    Sponsored by Brevard County Chapters

    of the Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution

    The Brevard Veterans Memorial Center (VMC) is a non-profit organization with one goal in mind…TO SERVE OUR VETERANS!

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    CT members find a DAR and SAR memorial
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    Brevard Veterans Memorial

  • Seven Caves Society, New Mexico, just wrapped up an eighteen month community service project started under Society President, Ryan W., and completed under Society President, Samantha S.  Seven Caves collected and donated 100+ books for the New Mexico Children's Home, Portales, NM, for their Learning Center. Nina M. and Caitlyn S. also collected and donated books
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    Seven Caves Society book donation

  • February 16, 2019- Sevier Station Society visited the Veterans Memorial Park located at the Montgomery County Veterans Plaza in Clarksville, TN. Members admired the statue and tribute wall that honors veterans of all wars. President, Thomas Grubbs and society members decided to submit the memorial park to the American Legion sponsored online nationwide directory. Members will make future submissions to the site to ensure that our local statues and memorials are recognized throughout the nation.
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    Sevier Station Society honors veterans 1
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    Sevier Station Society honors veterans 2