Held annually at the University of Washington Campus, Seattle
State and Regional Conferences held annually at various locations
Held annually on the third Saturday of May in Bremerton, Washington
The Washington State Society of the Children of the American Revolution is a subdivision of The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution, founded in 1895, the oldest patriotic organization for youth in the United States of America.
Membership is open to descendants of patriots of the American Revolution. The age range is birth through twenty-one. Meetings and activities are planned for all ages with special consideration given to younger members. C.A.R. offers fun, family educational experiences and opportunities to learn about history while creating history.
Members gain valuable leadership experience in conducting meetings, following parliamentary procedures and standard protocol, serving as delegates and speaking before groups at local, state and national conferences. The responsibility and privilege of selecting officers helps members gain an understanding of the democratic process.
The Washington State Society was formally organized in 1947, although there were local C.A.R. societies in Washington State since 1896. The purpose of the State Society is to promote the work of C.A.R. in the local societies and to provide leader training and to facilitate cooperation between the local societies.
Visit the links to the on this website for information on the Washington State Society, C.A.R. For more information contact CAR@jb70.net or write Washington State Society of the Children of the American Revolution, PO Box 112, Southworth, WA 98386-0112
I believe in the Children of the American Revolution as an organization for the training of young people in true patriotism and love of country, in order that they shall be better fitted for American citizenship.
As a descendant of the Founders of my Country, I believe that my birthright brings a certain responsibility to carry on their work, and that as the boys and girls of 1776 took an active part in the War for Independence, so the boys and girls of today have a definite work to do for their Country.
As a member of the Children of the American Revolution, I believe it is my to duty to use my influence to create a deeper love of country, a loyal respect for our Constitution and a reverence for its Flag, among the young people with whom I come in contact.
George Washington: Our State's Namesake
The project is to learn more about our State's Namesake, George Washington. James Byrd, State President, has heavily researched the life of George Washington, especially the times prior to becoming president. He will be making presentations throughout the state at various other organizations.
He will also be collecting donations for the clearing and preservation of the George Washington Statue currently located at the University of Washington Campus in Seattle. Additional funds will also be forwarded to Mt Vernon, VA to preserve important historical document related the our first president.
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The National Society of the Children of the American Revolution trains good citizens, develops leaders and promotes love of the United States of America and its heritage among young people.
For God and Country.
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