History of the Col. Aquila Hall Chapter

The Colonel Aquila Hall Chapter was first organized and chartered on September 10, 1920, primarily through the efforts of the Honorable James H. Preston of Baltimore and the Honorable Walter Preston of Bel Air. It was the first Chapter in the State of Maryland, but soon fell inactive. Efforts by Armard V. Motsinger in 1968 to bring it back were unsuccessful.

General William Smallwood Chapter Memorial Day Event

Dear Compatriots,

As in past years, the General William Smallwood Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, will sponsor the Memorial Day observances at the Veterans Memorial Park in Woodmont Triangle at the intersection of Woodmont and Norfolk Avenues, Bethesda.

The ceremonies will occur on Monday, May 29th beginning at 10:30 am.

 

Col. Aquila Hall Chapter Meeting

Chapter members,

 

Announcing the April Chapter meeting:

 

When: Sunday, April 9th, at 1:30 PM

Where: Historical Society of Harford County, 143 N. Main St., Bel Air. 

  

This is an important meeting as new officers will be installed.  Proposed slate of officers for the upcoming 2017-2018 year.

 

President Bill Batton 

Vice President  Lou Raborg 

Treasurer  Dave Hoover 

Recording Secretary  Steve Clark 

Corresponding Secretary  Ray Lazzaro 

Registrar  Chris Smithson 

CAR State Newsletter

Happy St. Patrick's Day. Attached please find the latest edition of the CAR State Newsletter Star Spangled Banner. 

We thank you all for attending the State conference and making it so great and look forward to those who can attend the upcoming National Conference near D.C. 

 

John A Barnhouser Jr., Editor

Little Meadows Chapter is a Partner of the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration

Today we have received word from the Office of the Secretary of Defense, James J. Jackson, director of The United States of America Vietnam Commemoration congratulating our Little Meadows Chapter on Volunteering to become a Commemorative Partner and our willingness to assist this nation in properly thanking and honoring our Vietnam Veterans and their families.

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