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Monthly Archives: July 2017
Cincinnati SAR President Jack Bredenfoerder welcomed 60 new citizens at a naturalization ceremony held at the Cincinnati Chapter Red Cross headquarters at 2111 Dana Ave on Friday, July 21st. The Honorable Stephanie K. Bowman presided over the ceremonies.
Cincinnati Chapter Compatriot Paul M. Wilke and his granddaughter Anna K. Wilke presented the National Colors for the event’s opening flag raising ceremony. They then started the 5K Run/Walk with a patriotic dual musket firing. The Pray~Hope~Believe Foundation (PHBF) is a nonprofit organization established to honor the memory of Tony Merk – a … Continue reading
On Independence Day this year the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) returned to Spring Grover Cemetery to Re-dedicate the Bronze on Stone Memorial that honors the 59 Revolutionary Patriots buried on these hallowed grounds including … Continue reading
CCSAR compatriots marched in the Montgomery Independence Day parade on July 4. Emma passed out Poppy Flowers that we made by the CCSAR President Bredenfoerder and his wife Laurie.
CCSAR compatriots marched in the Madeira Independence Day parade on July 3. Emma passed out Poppy Flowers that we made by the CCSAR President Bredenfoerder and his wife Laurie.
On Sunday July 2nd, 2017, representatives from the Nolan Carson Memorial Color Guard participated in services at Hillside Bible Church in Loveland, OH. CCSAR Compatriot & Rev. Dr. R. Edgar Bonniwell presented his sermon titled “Colonial Pastors and how they … Continue reading
CCSAR President Jack Bredenfoerder, CCSAR Immediate Past President Mike Gunn and Compatriot Jerry Knight welcomed 56 new US Citizens from 32 countries at the naturalization ceremonies held at the Federal District Courthouse on Friday, June 30th. The Honorable Stephanie K. … Continue reading