Sons of the American Revolution, Ohio Society Activities

Visiting Hocking Valley

This past Saturday, our 2nd Vice President, Jack Bredenfoerder and I, had the opportunity to enjoy the hospitality of the Hocking Valley Chapter at their “coming out” BOM meeting since the onset of the Pandemic shutdown.   The chapter had a good turnout for this gathering  which included election of two officers to the chapter’s leadership and Americanism Contest Awards to Student Winners of the Poster and Brochure contests.

Induction4Induction3Young Carson Call was present with his Dad to receive his Award Certificates and Scholarship Prizes for his Poster on Virginia in the Revolution.  Carson took 1st place in the Hocking Valley Chapter Contest and 3rd palace in the Ohio Society Contest.  As an additional incentive and memento of the occasion the Ohio Society awarded Carson an Ohio Society Challenge Coin.

Moving to the next item on the agenda, Compatriot Bob Hill conducted the brief  and uncontested election of the two nominees for the positions of Vice President and Chaplain.

Induction2Chapter President Matt Hardman was nominated and elected to the role of Chapter Chaplain.  Compatriot Joe McCrady was nominated and elected to the position of Vice President. Your President was given the opportunity conduct the Swearing in Ceremony to Vice President McCrady and Chaplain Hardman.

To the gentlemen compatriots of Hocking Valley—Thank you for Lunch and the opportunity to be of service your chapter!

I’m looking forward to my next visit —See you all at Fort Laurens!


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