The official site of the Washington State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
The Sons of the American Revolution is an organization of men who are lineally descended from at least one person who contributed to the cause of American Independence. It is a lineage society, an historical society, and an educational society.
The Washington State Society SAR is composed of members in seven chapters, listed to the left.
The Washington State Society SAR, or WASSAR as it known to its members, is governed by an Executive Board consisting primarily of officers elected annually by the membership.
Pictured above is the Washington State SAR color guard at the
Annual Veterans' Day Parade in Auburn, Washington, 2011
SAR members from the Alexander Hamilton Chapter, Cascade Centennial Chapter, John Paul Jones Chapter and Seattle Chapter join in participation at the George Washington Memorial Celebration at the University of Washington on Presidents' Day, 2012.
Click on the links to the left for more information on this website. The purpose of this site is to improve communication among the membership and to provide information about us to the general public.
Rather than a separate sub-site for members only, this website is reconfigured to have some pages available only to members.
For more information about this website or the SAR, contact Webmaster@WASSAR.net. Any information submitted for inclusion on the website should also be sent to the Webmaster.
Anything underlined in a different color is a link that you can click for more information.
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The official 2013 site of the Washington State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
This site was last updated 30 April 2013