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The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution was organized on April 30, 1889, to "perpetuate the memory of those who, by their services or sacrifices during the war of the American Revolution, achieved the independence of the American People."

We decorate the graves of Revolutionary War soldiers and patriots.  We support excellence in teaching American history.  We participate in patriotic observances.  We support research and preservation of historic material relating to the men and women who fought or gave service for Independence in the American Revolutionary War.  We also participate in the Wreaths Across America program and place wreaths at three National Cemeteries to honor Veterans.

 

Membership Dues Notice 2018

2018 Dues Payments will be accepted on October 01, 2017 through December 31, 2018.  Life Membership Information

Dues letters have gone out.

·       Click on the link below and you will be directed to a secure site with which to pay your dues with your credit/debit card. 

·       You will need your NATIONAL NO., STATE NO., 5 digit ZIP CODE. 

·       Enter the secure code which looks like a “house No.”

·       A new page will display that allows you to input your Credit/Debit card payment information.  You may also correct or add your email address. 

CLICK HERE TO PAY YOUR DUES

The site uses HTTPS which encrypts the communication between the user and the server.  No sensitive information on the members is stored, just their name and address. The database cannot be accessed from anywhere but the server itself. All credit/debit card transactions are encrypted between the user and the processing company. We do not store any identifying credit/debit card information on the server or in the database. 

 

 

bullet About PASSAR & Chapter Locations

bullet Chapter Websites

Centre County Chapter - State College

Christopher Gist Chapter - Butler

Continental Congress Chapter - York

Erie Chapter - Erie

Frontier Patriots Chapter - Altoona

General Anthony Wayne Chapter - Beaver Falls

General Arthur St. Clair - Greensburg

George Washington Chapter - Washington

Harris Ferry Chapter - Harrisburg

Gov. Joseph Hiester Chapter - Reading

Northeast Chapter - Scranton/Wilkes Barre


Philadelphia Continental Chapter - Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties

Pittsburgh Chapter - Pittsburgh/Allegheny County

Somerset Cambria Chapter - Somerset and Cambria Counties

Tiadaghton Chapter - Williamsport

Washington Crossing - Bucks County

William Maclay Chapter - Sunbury

 

 

bullet Locations of Revolutionary War Patriots' Graves in PA (by Chapter)
(A continuing effort)

       Chapter                                                                Counties

Centre County Chapter Centre Co.             
Continental Congress Chapter Adams Co. Lancaster Co. York Co.            
Erie Chapter Erie Co.             
Fort Halifax Chapter Dauphin Co. Northumberland Co. Schuylkill Co.           
Fort Jackson Chapter Greene Co.               
General Arthur St Clair Armstrong Co. Fayette Co. Indiana Co. Jefferson Co. Westmoreland Co.
General Anthony Wayne Beaver Co.        
George Washington Chapter Washington Co.              
Gov Joseph Hiester Chapter Berks Co. Lebanon Co.        
Harris Ferry Chapter Dauphin Co.           
Philadelphia Continental Chapter Chester Co. Delaware Co. Montgomery Co. Philadelphia Co.    
Pittsbutgh Chapter Allegheny Co.          
Tiadaghton Chapter Clinton Co. Lycoming Co.      
Washington Crossing Chapter Bucks Co.          
Washingtonburg Chapter Cumberland Co.          

 

SAR Youth Protection Program

As part of SAR President General Michael Tomme's educational outreach initiative, the SAR adopted the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Youth Protection training program for all compatriots working with youth to complete.

This includes the CAR and educational programs presented in schools or outdoor fairs.  The program can be completed online in 30 minutes and is renewed every 2 years.

www.scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx              


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                                                       L. Carl Fletcher  

                                 

                                                                            

               Last Modified 11/26/2017