Greenville, SC (July 21, 2014) -- At the NSSAR 124th Annual Congress, Georgia Society's Atlanta Chapter was presented the President General's Award for the Chapter with 100-199 members.  The President General's Cup was presented to the Sons of Liberty Chapter, 10-80 members.

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President's Dispatch Print E-mail
Written by Roger W. Coursey, President   

Georgia Society SAR Roger W. CourseyWelcome to the website of the award-winning Georgia Society. The outstanding participation of our 32 chapters and over 1,700 members consistently brings national recognition to our Society as we work to perpetuate the people and events of the American Revolution, promote patriotism, and preserve the ideals of freedom.  On behalf of our members, I invite you to join us in patriotic activities and programs in the communities we serve around our state.

We conduct scholarship and recognition programs for high school and elementary school students, for ROTC and JROTC cadets, and for Eagle Scouts. Many of our members go into school classrooms, often in Revolutionary War uniforms or other period dress, and make presentations on the people and events of the Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, and other patriotic themes. We present medals of recognition to our public safety officials, perform volunteer work with Veterans, and conduct Revolutionary War grave dedications. Our Chapters proudly recognize deserving schools, businesses, and organizations with Flag Certificates for their proper and prominent display of the American Flag. Our Society is an active participant in historic battle site observances and other patriotic programs. The award-winning Georgia Society Color Guard participates in parades and posts the Colors at civic and historic events. We also support and work closely with the Children of the American Revolution and the Daughters of the American Revolution.

While visiting our website we invite you to read our Society’s newsletter The Hornet’s Nest. We hope that you will desire to join us. For membership information, please contact our Registrar.