Begin Cadet award ceremony presentations
May 15th: Board Meeting 7:00 (Shawn’s Office)
May 20th: Charlie Frye speaks on his new book
June: Board Meeting (DARK)
July 4th: Independence Day parade , Festival, and Fireworks
August: Board Meeting, August 7
Chapter Meetings 8:30am at
1180 Alabama St, Redlands, CA 92374
Help will be needed again this year with the Junior ROTC Recognition Programs.
The Redlands Chapter SAR, awards the ROTC Medal to foster the principle of the "Citizen-Soldier", exemplified by the Minutemen of Revolutionary War days. This award is presented to Junior ROTC cadets from local high schools who are selected for having a high degree of merit with respect to leadership qualities, military bearing and general excellence.
For information about this program, or to sign up to be a presenter contact:
The ROTC/JROTC Program Charman
Melvin Harrell P.O. Box 3334
Running Springs, CA
The Patriot Biographies program
From: Douglas Collins
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 12:47 PM
Subject: Patriot Biographies Update - Deadline Extended until May 31, 2017
As we approach the deadline for submissions of Patriot Biographical sketches, I wanted to bring you up-to-date on the status of the Patriot Biographies program.
As of April 2, we have 5,415 biographies in the database. We are making great strides to building this database. But, we still need your help. With over 200,000 SAR members and many times that number of DAR members, I know there are countless Heroes that are still unknown to the general public. We need your help in the collection these scattered bits of our history. Will you help us fulfill one of the early missions of the SAR and submit your Patriot’s biographical sketch?
Patriot biographical sketches are requested to be submitted on the NSSAR Patriot Grave Biography Report.
Please note, there is no defined format for your submission, but we ask that you include the name of the submitter, his SAR Member National Number, the chapter and the state-level society.
We ask that he information be between 200 – 500 words and be sent in a Microsoft WORD-compatible format.
There is no need for documentation references. As noted within the database, it is the sole responsibility of the author to research the facts and data contained in the submission. Citing sources is not required. The sketch cannot be used for proof of lineage. It can, however, serve as a guide for the continuation of research. The Patriot Ancestor Database is one way you can honor your ancestor’s for perpetuity.
Completed forms related to only a biographical submission should be sent via email to email@example.com.
1180 Alabama St, Redlands, CA 92374
Program: Compatriot Charles Frye on his new book -
"The War has Begun"
The War has Begun is the first of four books I am writing about Major Isaac Frye in the Duty in the Cause of Liberty series. These books are the product of fourteen years of research about my ancestor, who served longer than any other as an officer in the Continental Army.
If you've ever wondered what it would have been like to stand beside the men and women who fought for American independence, here's your chance. The books follow Isaac Frye, a farmer from Wilton, New Hampshire, who responds to the early morning alarm of April 19, 1775, carried by Paul Revere and William Dawes. This story is true, and only the actual people who participated in the events with Isaac Frye are included as characters-no fictional characters were created to enhance or embellish the narrative. The books portray the American Revolutionary War from the perspective of the middle class, as they follow Isaac Frye, who served from the first day of the Continental Army's existence through being in the last unit disbanded. No other man, including George Washington, served longer as an officer. The War Has Begun introduces Isaac and tells the story of how his commitment to liberty and eventually American independence shape unimagined sacrifices for himself, his family, and his town.
Autographed copies of The War has Begun will be available after the meeting.
PS. you can also catch Charles E. Frye with his book "The War has Begun (Duty in the Cause of Liberty Book 1)" at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, USC Campus, Los Angeles, United States 90089, booth #163 on Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9:00 AM
Monday May 29, 2017 --- Memorial Day Ceremony, Hillside Cemetery, Redlands*
Memorial Day ceremony at Hillside Cemetery in Redlands. The correct start will be between 10:00 and 10:30AM. Color Guard members should be there by 9:30. Sam Irwin tells me the speakers will be speaking by 10:30, so if you are planning to attend, that's when you'll want to have found a place to sit, so plan accordingly.
June --- No Board of Directors Meeting, Summer Break
June ---No Chapter meeting, Summer Break
July 4 --- Redlands Parade / Encampment - Color Guard at Sylvan Park*