Lincoln Chapter

Our 2016-2017 Officers

 

Officers sworn in by past President James Hoke.  Frim left: Stan Worstral Vice President, La Verne Stetson, Treasurer, Shawn Stoner, President, John Braisted, Secretary.

Our Meetings

Lincoln meetings are held on the 1st Friday of each month at 9am.  The Chapter meets at Eastmont Towers 6315 “O” Street. , Lincoln, NE.

Note we do not meet in July.

6th Annual American Heritage Doner

Please join us for an evening with Daniel Freeman.

Feb 17, 2018 the Lincoln Chapter of the Nebraska Society Sons of the American Revolution will be hosting our 6th annual American Heritage Diner.  Social Hour will begin at 5:30, buffet dinner at 6:15 and Daniel Freeman will be our featured speaker beginning at 7:00.  Location is the same as in the past, Havelock Social Hall, 4538 No. 62nd, Lincoln, NE.  You can download the pdf registration below and mail your payment.  Or you can click the Buy Now button to register and pay with credit card or PayPal by clicking on the Purchast Ticket button below.  Please indicated the names of the person(s) addending on the Notes section of the PayPal checkout.

Tickets are $20 per person which includes the cash bar/social hour, buffet diner and speaker.  If you choose the credit card/PayPal option below a $1.25 handling free will be added to each ticket to cover fees and administration.  The featured speaker is free and open to the public.

Daniel Freeman was a homesteader near Beatrice, Nebraska and is the 1st person in the United States to be granted land under the Homestead Act of 1862.

Download Registration form.

Please include the name of person(s) attending on the notes section in PayPal checkout.  Thank you!

About US

In 1876 there were many celebrations to commemorate the centennial of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. As part of this patriotic fervor, a group of men in the San Francisco, California, area who were descendants of patriots involved in the American Revolution, formed an organization called the Sons of
Revolutionary Sires. Their objective was to have a fraternal and civic society to salute those men and women who pledged their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to the battle for independence from Great Britain. They desired to keep alive their ancestors’ story of patriotism and courage in the belief that it is a universal one of man’s struggle against
tyranny — a story which would inspire and sustain succeeding generations when they would have to defend and extend our freedoms.

Out of the Sires grew the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, which was organized on April 30, 1889 — the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington as our nation’s first President. We have used the acronym SAR to identify ourselves for over 100 years. The SAR was conceived as a fraternal and civic society composed of lineal descendants of the men who wintered at Valley Forge, signed the Declaration of Independence, fought in the battles of the American Revolution, served in the Continental Congress, or otherwise supported the cause of American Independence. The National Society was chartered by an Act of the United States Congress on June 9, 1906. The
charter was signed by President Theodore Roosevelt, who was a member of the SAR. The charter authorizes the granting of charters to societies of the various states and territories and authorizes the state societies to charter chapters within their borders. Federal Legislation that established a federal charter for the National Society SAR.

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