SAR About Town: Sons of the American Revolution visits students, schools

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On May 1, the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter of the SAR participated in a program at Holy Trinity Classical Christian School in Beaufort, unveiling a new portrait of Gen. George Washington that will be displayed in the school’s entrance.  Standing before grades first through fifth, Headmaster Rev. Chad Lawrence welcomed members of the chapter and went on to ask attending students questions concerning the life of Washington. Shown with the Washington portrait are (L-R) compatriots Michael Keyserling, Wayne Cousar, Andy Beall, Jody Henson and school Headmaster Rev. Chad Lawrence.
On May 1, the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter of the SAR participated in a program at Holy Trinity Classical Christian School in Beaufort, unveiling a new portrait of Gen. George Washington that will be displayed in the school’s entrance. Standing before grades first through fifth, Headmaster Rev. Chad Lawrence welcomed members of the chapter and went on to ask attending students questions concerning the life of Washington. Shown with the Washington portrait are (L-R) compatriots Michael Keyserling, Wayne Cousar, Andy Beall, Jody Henson and school Headmaster Rev. Chad Lawrence.
On May 10, 2013, the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented the SAR JROTC Bronze Medal to Whale Branch Early College High School Marine Cadet Capt. Jonathan Dominguez.  The medal is approved by the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps and the Air Force, and endeavors to foster the principle of “citizen-soldier” exemplified by the Minutemen. Recipients are selected for a high degree of merit with respect to leadership, qualities, military bearing and general excellence by the Commanding Officer of the JROTC unit. Caption: Marine Cadet Capt. Jonathan Dominguez of Whale Branch Early College High School receives the SAR Bronze Medal from SC SAR Vice President Wayne Cousar of Seabrook.
On May 10, 2013, the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution presented the SAR JROTC Bronze Medal to Whale Branch Early College High School Marine Cadet Capt. Jonathan Dominguez. The medal is approved by the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps and the Air Force, and endeavors to foster the principle of “citizen-soldier” exemplified by the Minutemen. Recipients are selected for a high degree of merit with respect to leadership, qualities, military bearing and general excellence by the Commanding Officer of the JROTC unit. Caption: Marine Cadet Capt. Jonathan Dominguez of Whale Branch Early College High School receives the SAR Bronze Medal from SC SAR Vice President Wayne Cousar of Seabrook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the program, Chapter Vice President Michael Keyserling presented Rev. Lawrence with the SAR Flag Certificate for the school’s patriotic flying of the American Flag, and President Jody Henson and Education Chairman Wayne Cousar presented SAR Certificates of Appreciation to the five student Flag Tenders assigned to daily flag duties and proper etiquette on handling of the flag throughout the year. Pictured at left: Rev. Chad Lawrence, front row Flag Tenders Alex Grabenbauer, Riley Witt, Gabby Warman, Ivy Warman, Gavin Warman; back row Wayne Cousar, Michael Keyserling and Jody Henson.
During the program, Chapter Vice President Michael Keyserling presented Rev. Lawrence with the SAR Flag Certificate for the school’s patriotic flying of the American Flag, and President Jody Henson and Education Chairman Wayne Cousar presented SAR Certificates of Appreciation to the five student Flag Tenders assigned to daily flag duties and proper etiquette on handling of the flag throughout the year. Pictured at left: Rev. Chad Lawrence, front row Flag Tenders Alex Grabenbauer, Riley Witt, Gabby Warman, Ivy Warman, Gavin Warman; back row Wayne Cousar, Michael Keyserling and Jody Henson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beaufort Academy fourth grader Riley Gates was recognized as the winner of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution poster contest for the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter.  South Carolina Sons of the American Revolution President Jody Henson, and Past President/Current Education Programs Chairman Wayne Cousar, presented Riley with a recognition certificate and a $300 check.  Riley’s poster will make its way to Kansas City for the national competition in July. Pictured is Jody Henson, Riley’s parents Bryan and Tammy Gates, Riley, and Wayne Cousar.
Beaufort Academy fourth grader Riley Gates was recognized as the winner of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution poster contest for the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter. South Carolina Sons of the American Revolution President Jody Henson, and Past President/Current Education Programs Chairman Wayne Cousar, presented Riley with a recognition certificate and a $300 check. Riley’s poster will make its way to Kansas City for the national competition in July. Pictured is Jody Henson, Riley’s parents Bryan and Tammy Gates, Riley, and Wayne Cousar.