Sons of the American Revolution elect officers, will observe Battle of Wyoming July 4


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Pictured are attendees of the Northeast Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society Sons of the American Revolution. First row, from left, Stephen Killian, Homer Butler, Ron Faraday and William Lewis. Second row, Christopher Corey, Stephen Skurnowicz and Mark Walter.


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A meeting of the Northeast Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society Sons of the American Revolution was recently held at Costello’s Restaurant in Edwardsville.

Election of chapter officers were held with the following results: Christopher Corey, president; Ron Faraday, vice-president; Stephen Killian, secretary; Homer Butler, historian and Mark Walter, chaplain.

The Sons of the American Revolution is an organization for male descendants of patriots who served during the Revolutionary War, and the local Northeast Chapter is committed to promoting its ideals through various community service projects. The next event the chapter will play a part in will be the annual observance ceremony of the Battle and Massacre of Wyoming at the Wyoming Monument at 10 a.m. Monday, July 4.

For information on joining the Northeast Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution please contact the Chapter at: northeastchaptersar@gmail.com

Pictured are attendees of the Northeast Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society Sons of the American Revolution. First row, from left, Stephen Killian, Homer Butler, Ron Faraday and William Lewis. Second row, Christopher Corey, Stephen Skurnowicz and Mark Walter.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_SONS-OF-AMERICAN-REVOLUTION.jpgPictured are attendees of the Northeast Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society Sons of the American Revolution. First row, from left, Stephen Killian, Homer Butler, Ron Faraday and William Lewis. Second row, Christopher Corey, Stephen Skurnowicz and Mark Walter. Submitted photo

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Information provided by Ron Faraday.

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