Site of the Seattle Chapter of the Washington State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
The Sons of the American Revolution is engaged in a variety of programs to promote the Patriotic, educational and historical interests resulting from the American Revolution. Programs include oration and essay contests for both high school students and Eagle Scouts with scholarships awarded to the winners, presentation of medals to college and high school ROTC students, poster contests for elementary school students, American Revolution presentations to elementary and middle school students, presentation of medals to public safety officials, Revolutionary War grave dedications, volunteer work with veterans, presentation of Flag Certificates to deserving individuals, organizations and schools, participation in historic battle sites observances.
Additionally we identify and reward school teachers who actively teach colonial American history to their students.
For information, contact Webmaster@SeattleSAR.org
Regular meetings are held at 9:15 AM on the Second Saturday, except June, July, August and December
(Click Info to the right of any event for more details on that event.)
See also the Washington State Society SAR for more events.
This page was last updated November 23, 2016