In the News – 2006

December 2006 Lee Ayers & Dean Timm, “WC RV honored for flag display”   November 2006 David Rowley, “Veterans Day Tribute” Bob & Chuck Steck, “Bob and Chuck restoring abandoned family graves”   October 2006 The Tipton Conserviate: Front Page “Charles Harry Rededication Ceremony” The Tipton Conservative: Article “Charles Harry Rededication Ceremony”   September 2006 The Record Herald: Stech Cemetery, “Family traces their roots…” The Record Herald: Article Page 1 Stech Cemetery, “Family traces their roots…” The Record Herald: Article Page 2 Stech Cemetery, “Family traces their roots…” The Record Herald: Article Page 3 Stech Cemetery, “Family traces their roots…” Michael Rowley, “Ancient graves inspire descendent” Michael Rowley, “Ancient graves inspire descendent” (Article)   March 2006 The Hawk Eye: “Soldier finds final rest in Aspen Grove Cemetary”, Bob HansenPage 1 The Hawk Eye: “Soldier finds final rest in Aspen Grove Cemetary”, Bob HansenPage [...]

In the News – 2007

December 2007 DesMoinesRegister.com John and Ann Scarpino at the Iowa Genealogical Society Holiday Open House. DesMoinesRegister.com Mike Rowley greets Iowa Genealogical Society visitors. DailyPress.com “Flags of our forefathers” Des Moines Register: “States’ wreaths recognize troops”   August 2007 Des Moines Register: Gerald LeBlanc, “Polk to aid restoration of WWI monument in D.M.”   May 2007 Des Moines Register: Mike Rowley, “Memorial Day Ceremony” KCCI.com Dean Timm, “Boone Man Works to Brighten Patients Days”   April 2007 Des Moines Register: Dean Timm, “Retiring Old [...]

In the News – 2008

August 2008 Drumbeat Mike Rowley: A grand celebration… August 2008 Des Moines Register Gerald LeBlanc: Cemetery Restoration at Woodland is done. May 2008 Valley News Today Online Tess Gruber Nelson: Memorial Held to Honor Page County’s “Patriot”. February 2008 DesMoinesRegister.com Mike Rowley: Remembering American black soldiers throughout [...]

Wreaths Across America

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Cemetery Tour

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Awards

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Media

This section holds all of our documents, audio and video files for quick reference. Audio Francis Scott Key and the amazing story of our embattled flag. Video Service Star Banners Person of the Week Kaziah Hancock – Portraits of the Fallen Remembering those that serve Documents Wreaths Across America 2008 IASSAR Patriot Fall 08 IASSAR Patriot Spring 08 IASSAR Patriot Fall 07 IASSAR Patriot Spring 07 CAR News Spring 2009 CAR News Winter 2008-2009 CAR News Fall 2009 CAR News Summer 2008-2009 CAR News Spring 2008-2009 CAR Hawkeye News February 2008 CAR Hawkeye News November 2007 CAR Hawkeye News August 2007 Curtis Patrick Reagan: What was he really like?, Volume I Book Review. Letter from Eric Herzik to Curtis [...]

What is the SAR?

The SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (SAR) was incorporated on January 17, 1890 in Connecticut and later chartered by the United States Congress on June 9, 1906. Prior to this date a number of state societies were formed in the 1890’s. These were led by the Sons of Revolutionary Sires, organized July 4, 1876 in San Francisco. The first Congress of the National Society was held in Louisville, Kentucky on April 30, 1889 which was the 100th anniversary of George Washington’s taking of the oath of office of President of the United States. IASSAR History On July 6, 1893 nine gentlemen met in the Horticulture Room of Iowa’s state capitol in Des Moines to discuss organizing the Iowa Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (IASSAR). The result was the creation of a temporary society. Subcommittees were created including one to examine credentials of prospective members and another to draft a constitution and by-laws. On September 5, 1893 a Charter was granted by the National Society and the Registrar of the Iowa Society submitted a roster of 25 eligible individuals who were elected to membership including six Real Sons of the Revolution. Wesley J. Banks James W. Logan Ira [...]

Womens Auxiliary

The IASSAR Board of Management meeting on May 23, 2007 approved the establishment of a Women’s Auxiliary. Membership will be open to wives, widows, mother, daughters, granddaughters, sisters, and nieces of IASSAR members. Funds were made available for communication with prospective members. An organization meeting will be held during the IASSAR 2007 fall meeting. A communication will be sent prior to this fall meeting. Please plan on attending this very important opportunity to participate in the formation of the IASSAR Women’s Auxiliary. If you should have any questions please contact one of us by mail, telephone, or e-mail.   Helen Swearingen210 Parkview DriveWaukee, IA 50263515-987-8740sdean402@aol.com Ann Scarpino7725 Wistful Vista Unit 702West Des Moines, Iowa 50266515-537-5537Johnann5@aol.com Mrs. Swearingen & Mrs. Laurence-ScarpinoWomen’s Auxiliary – National Congress 2007 ANN LAURENCE-SCARPINO NATIONAL LADIES AUXILIARY REPORT Ann visited the Ladies Auxiliary Hospitality Room to place the Iowa Basket on view for the raffle and to meet new attendees and renew acquaintances with other chapters and state members. She made a contribution to the Raffle Fund to benefit the Heritage Center. Ann attended both the First Lady’s Reception and Luncheon to express our appreciation for Wanda White’s outstanding example and leadership this year. She participated in [...]

Presidents Update #4

Here is my update with a brief comment.   3 ½ months ago when I took office I felt the most urgent needs for this Society to survive and offer something of value to its members were to, 1.  Improve communication.  This is happening with the ever enhanced website.  The (to some, seemingly endless) e-mails from your President.  More importantly the responses I am getting back from you. The opportunities for activities such the meet and greet the Author and the fascinating Woodlands Cemetery tour by Gerald LeBlanc, and soon news about the Greatly Improved Fall Program, headed by Dean Swearingen who volunteered (for yet one more thing) to be the Chairman of the Fall Program Committee. The Iowa Patriot Newsletter, by Editor Dr. Francis Keith (next issue coming in Sept). The informal breakfast gatherings.  Contact Dean, John Scarpino or Volney Smith (the triple S’s) about when and where.  Start your own in your county with a phone call to a local Compatriot (see the Iowa map in the meeting minutes section under item #7 for August 18th, 2007. 2. The other key is to have local chapters.  I have a volunteer in NW Iowa to start a chapter and also [...]
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