Category Archives: Youth Education Program

Seeking Applications for the Annual American History Teacher Award

Chairman: George H. Stewart Recognizing outstanding Teachers committed and passionate about education our youth about the American Revolutionary War era. Each year, the Sons of the American Revolution seek to recognize educators who distinguish themselves in teaching the history of the … Continue reading

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Suggested SAR Reading List – help our young understand the founding of our country – with suggested grade levels

Elementary Level Recommended Reading List:

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Cincinnati SAR shares history with local students

CCSAR Youth Education Meeting with Three Rivers Local School Board On February 8, 2022 Jack Bredenfoerder and Michael Gunn attended the meeting of the Taylor Middle School’s Board Meeting in uniform and presented the gratitude of the Cincinnati SAR for … Continue reading

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Youth Education – Cincinnati SAR Presented an Historic Overview of the Revolutionary War at Taylor Middle School on December 7, 2021

Five members of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) mustered at the Taylor Middle School for a day long presentation to the six Fifth Grade Student Classes there. Our five presenters remained in five separate … Continue reading

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Cincinnati SAR Posts Colors at the Cincinnati DAR 250 Patriots Marker Dedication

Having Posted the Colors we all say our pledge to the flag At 1:30 PM on Sunday, August 15, 2021 the Cincinnati Chapter of DAR held a dedication Ceremony for their 250 Patriots Marker Dedication at the Log Home built … Continue reading

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Cincinnati SAR Hosts Ohio SAR Society’s Annual Meeting at the Hilton Netherland Plaza with Lytle Park Presentation

This past weekend (May 7 thru 9) delivered a flurry of activities for members of the Ohio Society and Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution; starting at the Netherland Plaza Hotel on May 8, 2021 at 9 … Continue reading

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The Ohio Society and The National Society SAR Honor the Winners of the 2020 Tom and Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Contest

This past Saturday, 8 May 2021, at the 132nd Annual Conference of the Ohio Society, we had the privilege of honoring two young ladies engaged in teaching our youngest citizens about the wonderful land they call home! Mrs. Julie Flack, … Continue reading

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2021 POSTER AND BROCHURE CONTEST

For the last four years we have taken a team of presenters into the schools in the Greater Cincinnati area, hosting festivals on the American Revolution, promoting our Poster/Brochure contest. Covid19 closed every door this year for having that type … Continue reading

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Congratulations Julie Flack!

The Ohio Society Sons of the American Revolution recently named Julie Flack, Pleasant Run Middle School (PRMS) 8th grade Social Studies teacher, the 2021 State American History Middle School Teacher of the Year. The Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) … Continue reading

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Taylor Middle School 6th Grade gets Cincinnati SAR Revolutionary War Class

On February 7th five members of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) spent the day at Taylor Middle School’s Sixth Grade Class and their teacher Mrs. Hamm. We talked about the Revolutionary War and what … Continue reading

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