C.A.R. Color Guard and C.A.R. song
Breakfast at the hotel
Have a wonderful summer! See you all next fall!
We had a great Utah State Conference in March.
Our State President conducted the meeting.
We had a silent auction to raise funds for “Bridal Up,” our State President’s project for 2018-19.
We heard chapter reports from our officers who summarized what we accomplished in 2018.
After the meeting we enjoyed lunch, bowling, laser tag and arcade games.
We hope to see you all next month at the D.A.R. State Conference!
Happy Valentine’s Day! We had a great time making Valentines for veterans.
Thanks to our chapter president, we had a variety of supplies.
Please take note of these important upcoming events:
Children of the American Revolution State Conference in March:
• Meeting with officer reports
• Silent auction for “Bridal Up Foundation” (donations needed)
• Lunch and bowling
Daughters of the American Revolution State Conference in April:
• Color guard
• Breakfast at hotel
• Installation of next year’s officers
See you next month!
We are excited for a new year! We met in August to start our new chapter president’s project, stuffing socks and bags for veterans at the Valor House. Inside the socks and bags are snacks, toiletries and a toy corvette–“vets for vets!”
If you would like to donate additional items, we could use more men’s socks (long,) snacks or treats.
A couple of our chapter members are currently on an exciting trip around the United States for the next year. They Skyped with us during our meeting, so we could hear about their adventures.
We also collected our dues. If you have not paid yet, please submit $20 to our treasurer.
Our next meeting is in November. See you then!
We had a wonderful Utah State Conference for the Children of the American Revolution at the Draper City Library.
Society displays and silent auction tables
Color guard presentation
Audience reciting the C.A.R. creed and America’s Creed
Brenda Reeder, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution presented our state President with a donation for her Camp Kesem fundraising project. Camp Kesem offers free summer camps for kids who have parents with cancer.
We heard greetings from Jason Henderson, Sons of the American Revolution.
Our society president gave the report for Dominguez y Escalante.
Members of our society gave their state officer reports.
The State Organizing Secretary reported the election results and State Senior Chaplain installed the state board for 2018-2019.
The kids had a lot of fun bidding on items during the silent auction. Our State Treasurer and Senior Treasurer announced the winners and preliminary total. Funds raised in the silent auction will go to Camp Kesem.
Dallen Wright from Camp Kesum thanked our state president and the Utah C.A.R. for raising funds for his organization.
After the business meeting we went to the Living Planet Aquarium for a pizza party.
Thank you all for a fantastic year! See you at the D.A.R. state conference in April!
The Dominguez y Escalante Society of the Children of the American Revolution met on Saturday, February 3.
Our Historian gave a brief speech about the life of George Washington.
Our President and Recording Secretary gave a great presentation on Utah Patriot Camp. There are several locations around Utah that hold camps in the summer.
Our next meeting will be the 2018 C.A.R. Utah State Conference on Saturday, March 3. Please remember to turn in your registration to Cindy Toone by February 24. We will receive a significant discount on The Living Planet Aquarium tickets. We look forward to seeing you there!
We enjoyed an interesting presentation about the DAR’s War Relief Services during World War I. DAR members sponsored orphans in France, conserved food so soldiers could eat and supported families of servicemen.
DAR members served their country by bringing “happy little surprises, unexpected pleasures into the lives of…sorely-tried women and children, thus giving them something bright, something cheering, something happy to write about…”
–DAR Bulletin number 12, April 29, 1917
See you next February!
Welcome to a new year! We had our first meeting with our new President. He’s going to be great!
Our program was given by our Senior President and covered the following topics:
(1) Take Advantage of the National Park Service Archeology Program: https://www.nps.gov/kids/pdf/JrArcheologistAndParentGuide.pdf
(3) “How can you be an ambassador for C.A.R. in your community?” We discussed how we can be patriotic by showing respect for our flag and wearing our new t-shirts from the national conference.
(4) The N.S.C.A.R. project: James Monroe Online
We learned about how records are digitized for public use by watching a short video: “LDS Church Granite Mountain Vaults” YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYkLKAPzCfQ
Then we enjoyed a potluck lunch. Remember your dues need to be in by the end of December. See you in November!
We had our first regional conference on our home turf and we met some great C.A.R. members from other states. We also helped raise funds for the N.S.C.A.R. project: James Monroe Online, a Digital Asset Management System that will contain historical documents and scanned manuscripts about our nation’s fifth President.
The ROTC from Taylorsville High served as the color guard for the Opening Session.
Several of our local members participated in the program for the Opening Session.
The National Board performed several skits and included all members in the fun.
The National Board conducted group activities with the attendees.
We enjoyed an afternoon at This is the Place Heritage Park.
The kids made arrow head necklaces, panned for fake gold and rode the trains.
The conference also included socials, a banquet and a dance. Thank you to the N.S.C.A.R. for a wonderful experience!