The Captain James Neal Chapter invites you to attend the WVSSAR Annual Awards Dinner, Friday, April 23, 2021 at 6:00 pm at the Parkersburg Country Club, 4910 First Avenue, Vienna, West Virginia. The Board of Management will hold a brief meeting at 5:30. Please make your reservations by April 19: Annual Awards Dinner Reservation (1)
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Wingate Motel at 1502 Grand Central Avenue, Vienna, WV at $ 98.00 per night. The Wingate is located about seven minutes from the Parkersburg Country Club. Rooms include a free breakfast and free WIFI. To reserve, call 304-295-5504 and please mention the block name of Sons of the American Revolution. Our block will be released on April 17, so please call promptly.
On Saturday, April 24, the Board of Management will meet at 10:00 at the Parkersburg Country Club.
Questions? Please contact Ted Cox at (304) 464-5092.
The WVSSAR Newsletter Fall 2017 edition is now available.
Our most sincere thanks and appreciation to Tom Galloway, the WVSSAR Newsletter Editor, for his dedication and excellent work that he always performs with the publishing of our West Virginia Society SAR Newsletter. Tom is also the President of the General Andrew Lewis Chapter WVSSAR.
You can view and download the WVSSAR Newsletter Fall 2017 edition HERE
The Fort Henry Chapter and the Wheeling Chapter, DAR presented a memorial service on September 1, 2017 at the Foreman’s Massacre monument in McMechen, WV to mark the 240th anniversary of the event. Participating were McMechen mayor Gregg Wolfe, Central District VPG Robert B. Fish, Jr., WVSSAR president Bill Lester, Debi Smith, regent, Wheeling DAR and Jay Frey, president Fort Henry Chapter. Special guests included descendants of Foreman’s company including compatriots Donald Brown (Capt. James Neal Chapter) and Rick Greathouse (Daniel Boone Chapter). Twelve color guardsmen representing WVSSAR chapters Daniel Boone, Fort Henry, Capt. James Neal, Point Pleasant and Capt. Ralph Stewart together with Ebenezer Zane Chapter, OHSSAR and George Washington Chapter, PASSAR presented the colors and fired a musket salute. Wreaths were presented at the monument. Continue reading “Foreman’s Massacre Remembered”