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Summer 2018

The SAR MAGAZINE is the official quarterly publication of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution published quarterly.

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SUMMER 2018 13 SUMMER 2018 15 example of an SAR website during the year, based on established criteria. State society winner: Ohio SAR. Chapter winner: Ozark Mountain Chapter, Missouri SAR. THE HOWARD F. HORNE JR. AWARD — A cash award to the society with the largest percentage increase of George Washington Fellows based on a percentage of total membership. Winner: Arizona Society. THE WALTER BUCHANAN MEEK AWARD — A cash award to the society that has recruited the most new George Washington Fellows. Winner: Tennessee SAR THE FRANKLIN FLYER AWARD & STREAMER — A cash award to the state society, based upon membership, with the largest recruitment of Friends of the Library as a percentage increase compared to the state society's membership as of Dec. 31 of each year. Societies: 15–199 members – winner: Wisconsin SAR. 200–499 members – winner: Colorado SAR. 500–999 members – winner: Missouri SAR. 1,000 or more members – winner: Tennessee SAR. THE GENEALOGIST GENERAL'S AWARD — This award is presented to the three state societies with the lowest percentages of pended applications for the year. Winner: Alabama Society; second place: Washington Society; third place: New Jersey Society; honorable mention: Arizona Society (missed third place by two applications). THE ADMIRAL WILLIAM R. FURLONG MEMORIAL AWARD & STREAMERS — To the state societies that have fulfilled the qualifications of awarding Flag Certificates during the previous year. Winners: Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia. Those societies that completed 100 percent involvement of its chapters in the Admiral William Furlong Memorial Award received special recognition this year with an additional certificate. Those recognized: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Virginia, West Virginia. THE LIBERTY BELL AMERICANISM AWARD AND STREAMER — To the chapter, based upon size, that presents evidence of best implementing S.A.R. resolutions and principles. Chapters: 10-49 members – winner: Casimir Pulaski Chapter, Georgia SAR. Honorable mention: Halifax Resolves Chapter, North Carolina SAR. 50-99 members, winner – Marshes of Glenn Chapter, Georgia SAR. Honorable mention: Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter, Kentucky SAR. 100-199 members – winner: Fairfax Resolves Chapter, Virginia SAR. 200-plus members – winner: Cincinnati Chapter, Ohio SAR. THE ALLENE WILSON GROVES AWARD AND STREAMER — To the state society, based upon size, that presents evidence of best implementing S.A.R. resolutions and principles. Societies: 15-199 members – no entries. 200-499 members – winner: Missouri SAR. 500-999 members – winner: Maryland SAR. Honorable mention: Kansas SAR. 1,000 or more members – winner: Virginia SAR. OFFICERS' STREAMER AWARD — To state societies whose president and national trustees have attended both preceding trustees meetings and the previous Annual Congress. Societies recognized: Alabama, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Germany, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia. PRESIDENT GENERAL'S STATE SOCIETY AND CHAPTER ACTIVITIES COMPETITION AWARDS — Chapters: 10-49 members – winner: Robert Rankin Chapter, Texas SAR. Honorable mention: Alamance Battleground Chapter, North Carolina SAR. 50-99 members – winner: Fernando de Leyba Chapter, Missouri SAR. 100-199 members – winner: Fairfax Resolves Chapter, Virginia SAR. 200 or more members – winner: Cincinnati Chapter, Ohio SAR. Societies: 15-199 members – no entries 200-499 members – winner: Colorado SAR 500-999 members – winner: Arizona SAR 1,000 or more members – winner: Virginia SAR THE PRESIDENT GENERAL'S CUP — To the chapter, based upon size, that presents evidence of the most complete program of activities. Chapters: 10-49 members – winner: Gen. George Washington Chapter, North Carolina SAR. Honorable mention: Halifax Resolves Chapter, North Carolina SAR 50-99 members – winner, Marshes of Glynn Chapter, Georgia SAR. Honorable Mention: Col. Stephen Trigg Chapter, Kentucky SAR. 100-199 members – winner: Fairfax Resolves Chapter, Virginia SAR. 200 or more members – winner: Cincinnati Chapter, Ohio SAR.

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