Cincinnati SAR – Chapter Committee Chairman – 2023 Updates

The Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) is proud to announce the roster of 2023 Chapter Committee Chairman.

This group of men are instrumental for making much of the mission of our patriotic chapter happen.

We are grateful for their service to each other, our community, the SAR, to Veterans, our Youth and Patriotism.

The link to our current Officer / Board Members & Committees are below:

Officers and Board Members:

Committee Chairman:

In conclusion, thank you to all the SAR members who dedicate a part of their life and energy to make our chapter and its mission what it is today!

Heads up!!

Open Role – Chairman of the Good Citizenship Committee

Note that we are currently recruiting a Chairman for the Good Citizenship Committee.

The responsibilities for this role include:

  • Administers the Eighth Grade Good Citizenship Program for CCSAR
  • Establishes annual plans and objectives for improving, publicizing and administering the Program
  • Maintains a current mailing list of schools to be sent information about the Program
  • Provides the CCSAR Webmaster appropriate changes for inclusion about the Program
  • Works closely with the Chairman, Publicity Committee, to generate publicity about the Program

If you would like to get more involved in our chapter or simply try a different value adding role, please reach out to our Chapter President George Stewart or our Nominating Committee Chairman Gregg Ballman.

We are replacing the long standing Good Citizenship Chairman George Vincent who is retiring. We are grateful for George’s years of faithful service to our SAR organization.

Note that there is the opportunity to take over a role which is well defined, however there is the potential for you to put your own stamp on this position which serves middle school youth in the Tri-State area.  There are strong connections to our Youth Education efforts.

If you want to make a difference, please reach out today!

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