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December 11, 2014

The speakers was Rev. Sam Allman the pastor of the Full Gospel Apostolic Tabernacle who spoke about the Disabled Veterans Drive and the Christmas season.





November 11, 2014

The speakers were D.A.R. members Cindy Scifres and Janet Payne form the General Charles Scott Chapter in Scottsburg. Also, plans were made to complete the Christmas Drive for the Louisville Veterans Hospital.





October 9, 2014

The speaker was President Jerry Brown who had the program, "From the Loyal Nine to the Son of Liberty". Mr. Noblitt's SAR stone was set in the Brownstown Cemetery.





September 11, 2014

The speaker was President Jerry Brown who had the program, "Where Were You on 9/11?"





August 14, 2014

Rick Meyer received the Outstanding Law Enforcement Award for his recent activities and heroism.
The speaker was D.A.R. representative Billie Wintin who told about the activities of the For Vallonia DAR."





July10, 2014

Above is Gary Meyer the President of Schneck Medical who accepted the Flag Certificate for the hospital displaying the flag. The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown and his topic was "The History of July 4th Celebrations."





June 12, 2014

Above Immanuel Pastor Ralph Blomenberg received the Bronze Good Citizenship Award and Medal for the work he has done in his community. The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown and his topic was "Revolutionary War Spies."





May 8, 2014

Above Dr. Todd Behmlander received the Flag Display Award for Immanuel Lutheran School for continual display of the American Flag. The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown and his topic was "Who Was John C. Calhoun?"





April 10, 2014

Above President Jerry Brown makes a cash award to Eagle Scout Christopher Hartzell who read his winning essay for the Guthrie Chapter contest. The speaker for this David Benton SAR meeting was Compatriot James Arnold of the Guthrie Chapter (below) who spoke on "The Last Naval Battle of the American Revolution."






March 13, 2014

The speaker for this David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown who spoke on "Things You Never Knew About the American Revolution!"

An award was given to Nate Bryant as Outstanding Paramedic.



February 13, 2014

The speaker for this David Benton SAR meeting was D.A.R. Joseph Hart Regent Kathryn Amos from Columbus who explained some of the activities of her chapter. One item she explained whas the "Wreaths Across America" in which her organization participated."




January 9, 2014

The speaker for this David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown who spoke on "Some Heros of the American Revollution"


December13, 2012
The above photo shows Rev. Sam Allman, pastor of the Full Gospel Apostolic Tabernacle in Brownstown, who spoke about "The Disabled Vedterans Drive and the Christmas season."




November 13, 2012
The above photo shows David Benton President Jerry Brown who spoke about a tribute to "Veterans Day.".




October 11, 2012
The above photo shows David Benton President Jerry Brown who delivered a message about the Rev. War family, "The Powell Family of Mass." A family with 21 boys in the family who lost most of them in the war..




September 13, 2012
The above photo shows our guest speaker, Dan Davis Editor of the Seymour Tribune, who spoke on the change that has taken place in format and content of newspapers down through the years.


Also at this meeting, in the photo above, Denny Noel receiveded his certificate and rosette pin for membership from Compatriot Edward Hitchcock.


Above another member pinned was Compatriot Merle Barnett and below, Daniel Noel, Denny 's son, was also inducted into membership.




August 9, 2012
The speaker for the August David Benton SAR meeting was new member Denny Noel. He spoke on the work of the Orphan Grain Train and it's outreach to those in need.




July 12, 2012
The above photo shows John Martin who was awarded a Flag display award by Treasurer Darrell Scifres, for the continued display of the American Flag by the Kiwanis Club of Scottsberg.


Also at this meeting, in the photo above, Edward Cozart II receiveded his certificate and rosette pin for membership from compatriots Edward Hitchcock and Ronald Burkhart, in the Sons of the American Revolution joining his father Ed Cozart as a member of the David Benton Chapter SAR.
The program was given by President Jerry Brown about Independance Day Trivia and historic facts.


June 8, 2012
The speaker for the June David Benton SAR meeting was the Vice-President of the Jackson County Historical Society Tom Cooley. He displayed several of his long rifles and many of his antique scrimshaw hand carved powder horns.


Also at this meeting, in the photo above, Gayle Wheeler for Immanuel Lutheran Church accepts the Flag Display Award for the church continually displaying the American Flag.




May 10, 2012
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Dr. Larry Sunbury, a retired local veternarian who told of some of his experiences down through the years. Dr. Sunbury also received the Bronze Good Citizen Medal for his many contributions to the community


Also at this meeting, in the photo above, Registrar and Genealogist Ed Hitchcock presents a Membership Certificate to Allen Dillman who is now a member of the David Benton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.




April 12, 2012
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was compatriot Bill Day, a member of the Jackson County History organization. He spoke to us and showed us plans of the new genealogy building built on the history property in Brownstown. After the meeting he opened the newly completed genealogy library and took us on a tour of the building. It was quite impressive.




March 8, 2012
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was DAR Joseph Hart President Jane Johnson who spoke on the history, structure and programs of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Above Secretary John Sheets presents Medora Marshall Steve Ingle with the Outstanding Law Enforcement Award for his helping John Sheets in a time of distress and need.




February 9, 2012
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Pastor Ron Cox of the First Pentecostal Church in Brownstown. Ron Cox is also an EMT for Jackson County EMS and he (above) receives an award for his accomplishments in that role.

Above the officers of the David Benton Chapter for 2012 are installed by Compatriot Ed Hitchcock of Bloomington.

Above Jerry Brown presents the Heroism Award to Indian State Trooper for his assistance to a small girl at the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.




January 12, 2012
Above, the speaker for the meeting was Compatriot Rex Legler II who displayed guns and long rifles for the Revolutionary War period and explained the differences in them and also how they were used in the battles. Rex is also the current Vice-President of the Central District of the SAR and Treasurer of the Daniel Guthrie Chapter SAR.




December 8, 2011
In the photo are the evenings speaker Rev. Sam Allman and wife Brenda, and Sam was speaker to kick off the Louisville Veteran's Hospital Christmas Gift Drive. Sam is the Pastor of the Full Gospel Apostolic Tabernacle in Brownstown.The church continues to be one of the largest donors.




November 10, 2011
Above Ryan Hackman of Rose Acres accepts the Flag Certificate for displaying the U. S. Flag from President Jerry Brown. The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was President Jerry Brown who gave trivia questions to the group about the Revolutionary War.

Above Davis Benton President Jerry Brown presents Luke Nolting with Outstanding 4-H Award for his accomplishments in 4-H and in community service.





October 13, 2011
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Compatriot Ed Cozart who told of David Wooster 1711 - 1777) an American general who served in the French and Indian War and in the American Revolutionary War. He died of wounds sustained during the Battle of Ridgefield, Connecticut. Cities, schools, and public places including Wooster, Indiana, were named after him. He has been called "a largely forgotten hero of the Revolution.He told of the life of Wooster who served in the Rev. War.

Above Davis Benton President Jerry Brown presents Toby Pauley with the Heroism Award for his work at the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.

Above Jerry Brown presents the Heroism Award to Indian State Trooper for his assistance to a small girl at the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.




September 8, 2011
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Jackson County historian Dick Rumph who spoke on U.S.History and the impact on our state. Below Dick is with David Benton President Jerry Brown.

Also at this meeting, Indiana SAR President David Betzner (right), former state President Jack Carmichael (center) and his cousin Jim Harvey (left below).





August 11, 2011
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Compatriot Robert P Cunningham, above, Trustee of the INSSAR and former Indiana SAR President from Bloomington and the Guthrie Chapter SAR. He displayed and spoke on the uniforms and equipment of the revolutionary soldiers.

Also at this meeting, Darrell Scifres presents a Fire and Saftey Commendation to Clint Wolka of the Driftwood Volunteer Fire Department.
A new member, David Benton Greger, receives his membership pin and membership certificate in the Sons of the American Revolution from Ed Hitchcock the SAR District Director. Below is DAvid with his mother and daughter.


Above Davis Benton President Jerry Brown presents Lowell Wessell with a Flag Certificate for displaying the American Flag.




July 14, 2011
The David Benton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution met at the Brownstown Dairy Queen July 19th and the speaker was David Benton President Jerry Brown who told the story on why the Revolutionay War Patriots really fought in the revolution. It was not what most text books attempt to teach. It was not totally their patriotic duty but, the fact they expected to receive pay or land for their service. Also, the full size flags (American and SAR) and their bases (given by Jerry Brown and James Harvey) were dedicated to the David Benton Chapter's use. The next meeting is August 11th.




June 9, 2011
The David Benton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution met at the Brownstown Dairy Queen June 9th and the speaker was District 3 Director Edward Hitchcock who told about his ancestor Daniel Guthrie and what he did the the American Revolution. Our next meeting is July 14th.




May 12, 2011
The speaker for the David Benton SAR meeting was Ronald Burkhart who spoke on the Military Disipline of the Armed Forces and the changes from Roman times, through the Revolutionary War and until the present time. Also, in the photo is his wife Kathy and President Jerry Brown.

Also at this meeting, Mr. Edgar Hackman was awarded the Good Citizenship Metal and Certificate for his many contributions to the community in education as a teacher, agriculture awards and for serving on the Jackson County Fair and the Indiana State Fair boards.




April 14, 2011
The David Benton SAR Chapter met in the Dairy Queen in Brownstown. In the photo, Jim Harvey was the speaker and he spoke on the last battle of the Revolutionary War at Blue Licks in Kentucky. The Battle of Blue Licks, fought on August 19, 1782, was one of the last battles of the American Revolutionary War. The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis's famous surrender at Yorktown, which had effectively ended the war in the east. On a hill next to the Licking River in what is now Robertson County, Kentucky (but was then in Kentucky County, Virginia), a force of about 50 Canadian and American Loyalists along with 300 American Indians ambushed and routed 182 Kentucky militiamen. It was the worst defeat for the Kentuckians during the frontier war.
Our next meeting is May 12th.




March 10, 2011
The David Benton SAR Chapter met in the Dairy Queen in Brownstown. In the photo, Rev. Craig Mulbach, the pastor at St Johns, Sauers was our speaker.He related memories of his experience as a Chaplin, especially while doing duty in Iraq. He also related some of the data of his background before he became a minister at Sauers. He received an Army Medal Certificate for his work overseas and continuing even at the present in the military.

Also at this meeting, Sergeant Jerry Goodin with the State Police Post out of Sellersburg, was awarded the Outstanding Law Enforcement Award for his service. He told some stories about his experiences.

Also at thie meeting, EMT Amber Garner was awarded the Outstanding EMT for the year. She also related some of her experiences while in the duty situations.




February 10, 2011
The David Benton SAR Chapter met in the Dairy Queen in Brownstown. In the photo, Secretary John sheets provides details about the Revolutionary War Battles in Indiana displaying photos and maps. Also at this meeting, Compatriot Edward E. Hitchcock installed the 2011 Officers of the David Benton Chapter.




January 13, 2011
The David Benton SAR Chapter met in the Dairy Queen in Brownstown. In the photo are David Benton President Jerry Brown and former state President Robert Howell from the Bedford Gurthie Chapter SAR. Bob Howell spoke on the Rev. War material from several books showing pictures from time to time.




December 9, 2010
The David Benton SAR Chapter met in the newly decorated Dairy Queen in Brownstown. In the photo are Rev. Sam Allman and wife Brenda, and Sam was speaker to kick off the Louisville Veteran's Hospital Christmas Gift Drive. Sam is the Pastor of the Full Gospel Apostolic Tabernacle in Brownstown.The church has been one of the largest donors in the past few years.




November 11, 2010

The David Benton Chapter SAR met at the Medora Library. The speaker was Jerry Brown who read an Iwo Jima Momument story in honor of Veterans Day.The group made plans to collect items for Christmas for the veterans at the VA Hospital in Louisville. Also, plans were made to visit other chapter's meetings in the near future. Reports were also received from those attending the INSSAR meeting on October 30th.





October 14, 2010

The David Benton Chapter SAR met at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. The speaker was Keith Boling of the Veterans Administration who updated us on his position and the ongoing work of the local Veterans administration and how they can help local veterans needing assistance.



SAR President Jerry Brown, at Jackson County Library,summerizing the life of John Tipton
and also the Monument of Tipton Island's Battle and Fall Trip co-sponsored by the
Jackson County Library and the David Benton SAR.


September 9, 2010

The David Benton Chapter SAR met Thursday at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. The speaker was Secretary John Sheets who's talk was "Who Served Here? which was about the life and times of Benedict Arnold form success to failure.


August 12, 2010

The David Benton Chapter SAR met Thursday at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. Honored with the Outstanding Citizenship Award was Hershel Forgey who also spoke on the placement of flags on the veterans graves and especially those of Revolutionary War veterans. Then he told of the early history and settlements in Jackson County.


Below is 4-H Leader Joy Soladine who was honored with the Good Citizenahip Bronze Medal for her more than 20 year work in 4-H for the community.With her is her daughter.




July 8, 2010

The David Benton Chapter SAR met Thursday at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. The speaker was President Jerry Brown who told how the American Jewish people influenced the outcome of the Revolutionary War by their finiacial support and participation. Past President Jim Harey received the Past President's Pin and Award.





June 10, 2010

President Jerry Brown accepts records information from Charlotte Sellers of the Seymour Library who presented a program about "The Status of Jackson County Records" at the June meeting of the David Benton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution at the Brownstown Dairy Queen.

Chapter President Jerry Brown (below) presents Edna Mae Smith of Vallonia the Flag Display Award for For Vallonia Days and their continued displaying of the American Flag.




May 13, 2010

District Director Ed Hitchcock (above) speaks about Rev. War patriots Francis Vigo and Joseph Bowman during the May meeting of the David Benton SAR.
Below Darrell Scifres, David Bentor Treasurer, presents the David Benton SAR Law Enforcement Award to Lt. Mike Nichols of the Scottsburg Police Department for his achievement.
Chapter President Jerry Brown (below) presents Walter Kiste of the Reddington Fire Department, his Fire Saftey Commendation Award for the David Benton SAR Chapter.


April 8, 2010

The April meeting of the David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution was held at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. At the meeting, (above), a Bronze award for service was presented to Darrell Scifres by District Director James Arnold. The program was by President Jerry Brown, (below), based on the so called last battle of the Revolution at Rice's Fort in 1782. The Indians, supported by the British, were defeated in a bloody battle by the pioneer settlers defending their meager fort. Several of the victors were ancestors of Jerry Brown.

Below, Kenneth Cockerham receives War Service Medal for
his service in Korea from President Jerry Brown.
On the left is David Bentor Compatriots John sheets,
Brown, Cockerham and Jim Harvey.


March 11, 2010

The March meeting of the David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution featured several awards. The one above was given to Tammy Trueblood for being the outstanding EMT for the year award. The picture below shows War Service Awards presented to David Benton members for their past service to their country during the war. In the photo showing their awards received are Wilbur Lon Harvey, Billy Day and Glenn Killey.




February 11, 2010

The February meeting of the David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution was held at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. A brief business meeting was discussed and since there were no awards available the ceremony for Army recognition was postphoned till the next meeting.




January 14, 2010

The David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution met in January at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. In the photo is District Director James C. Arnold of Ellettsville, guest speaker from the Gurthie Chapter of the SAR. He displayed a table in honor of M.I.A. and P.O.W. soldiers. A vacant chair represented the unknown soldier. He had various officers place a red, yellow and white rose in a vase to honor the soldiers. Below are the newly installed officers of the David Benton Chapter for 2010. From left is Vice-President Glen Killey, President Jerry Brown, Secretary John Sheets, Treasurer Darrell Scifries and Jim Arnold installing.



December 10, 2009
At the December meeting of the David Benton Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, the guests were Deb, Kyle and Kevin McCauley. Kyle (above) is an Eagle Scout with troop 1228. He is this year's choice from the David Benton Chapter to enter the Sons of the American Revolution Eagle Scout Award contest at the state level.


November 12, 2009

Speaker for this November 12th meeting was Eagle Scout Kyle McCauley son of Mr. & Mrs. Kevin McCauley of Seymour. Kyle is a direct descendant of Revolutionary War soldier Timothy Brigham of Massachusetts. Kyle will be writing his essay on his patriot ancestor and read it at the December meeting. Also with Kyle in the photo is Chapter Secretary John Sheets.


Also, at this meeting in the photo is Rev. Sam Allman and wife Brenda, who were speakers to kick off the Louisville Veteran's Hospital Christmas Gift Drive. Sam is the Pastor of the Full Gospel Apostolic Tabernacle in Brownstown.The church has been one of the largest donors in the past few years.


October 8, 2009

The David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution met Thursday at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. There was no speaker for this meeting. The regular agenda for the meetings was followed by President Jim Harvey. Decisions were made about the upcoming drive thru December for clothing and supplies for veterans at the VA Hospital in Louisville. Locations were these items could be collected were decided and a flyer was designed to be posted and distributed to various groups interested in supporting this effort. Plans were made for attending the state INSSAR Fall Meeting in Muncie Oct. 17th.



Members of the David Benton, Daniel Guthrie and John Hay Chapters of the SAR, meet to celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of the David Benton Chapter's beginning in 1999.In the photo from the back left:Doug Hill, Jerry Brown, Jim Harvey, Paul Burkhart, Edward Hitchcock, Robert Cunningham,from front left: Ed Cozart, John Sheets, Darrell Scriries and Glenn Killey.


September 10, 2009

The David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution met in September at the Brownstown Dairy Queen. In the photo is fire chief Charles Densford of the Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department. He is receiving a certificate and medal from Treasurer Darrell Scifres honoring him as the Fireman of the Year by the David Benton SAR. Also, below is a photo of member Jerry Brown with his flag display of 48 flags used during the Revolutionary War and other times. He also read a poem entitled "I am America's Heritage" by Thomas E. Wicks Sr.



August 13, 2009
The David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution had their Tenth Anniversary meeting with a dinner at the Dairy Queen. Invited guests included members from the John Hay Chapter in Salem and the Daniel Gurthrie Chapter in Bedford. The guest speaker form the Daniel Gurthrie Chapter was Doug Hill who brought his outstanding collection of antique medical tools and named each and told how they would have been used. It was so interesting that he had to answer many questions concerning the tools.


July 9, 2009
The David Benton Chapter Sons of The American Revolution had their regular meeting at the Dairy Queen in Brownstown. At this Meeting Trooper Justin S. Butler of the Seymour Post, was presented with the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal for outstanding service with the Indiana State Police in traffic enforcement, Pictured are Trooper Butler and Chapter President James Harvey


July 9, 2009
Also, at this meeting Darrell Scifres of the David Benton Chapter was awarded the Bronze Good Citizenship Medal for service to his chapter, Pictured are Darrell Scifres and ChapterPresident James Harvey..


June 11, 2009
Compatriot James C. Arnold, the Daniel Guthrie Secretary, presents an SAR Flag Award Certificate to Paul and Debbie Jones on behalf of the David Benton Chapter for their efforts in displaying the flag on a regular basis. President Jim Harvey is on the right.


May 14, 2009
SAR President Jim Harvey presents the Indiana Service Award to member John Sheets for his meritorious service representing the David Benton S.A.R. Chapter.

Awards were presented to Fire and Rescue volunteers Joe Barnes, Bill Drees and Fred Johnson from Medora, for their efforts in rushing to the aide of member John Sheets who suffered from a fall on the ice last winter.


February 12, 2009
SAR President Jim Harvey was the speaker for the David Benton Meeting on February 12th. Jim reviewed the life of Nathaniel Greene, a Major General in the Revolutionary WAr, born August 7, 1742 in Potowomutnear Warwick, RI. He was self-educated and was at the beginning of the war a militia private, the lowest rank possible and he emerged from the war with a reputation as George Washington's most gifted and dependable officer. He was the only general serving all eight years with George Washington. At the urgent request of Washington on March 2, 1778, at Valley Forge, he accepted the office of Quartermaster General. He lost many battles but in his lost to Corwallis at Cowpens in 1781, caused Cornwallis troops to be so diminished in size that General Washington was able to defeat him at Yorktown, ending the war. Green died of a heatstroke in 1786 at age 44 and was buried at his estate "Mulberry Grove," 14 miles above Savannah.


January 8, 2009
SAR member Jerry Brown was the speaker for the David Benton Meeting on January 8th. His message was on the early pioneer family Jesse and Nancy Payton Tuell who came to Jackson County about 1811. Jesse's father John Tuell was one of the founders of Louisville having come down river with George Rogers Clark and his army in 1778. Jerry's was related to Jesse Tuell by being a descendant of his Uncle Charles Tuell. Also, Nancy Payton Tuell was a sister the Jerry's Rev. War ancestor Louis Payton. Jesse Tuell's family was one of the first eight log cabins in Jackson County.


December 11, 2008
SAR Chaplin Rev. Larrry Mallett was the speaker for the Thursday David Benton Meeting. He told about the Battle of Trenton took place on December 26, 1776, during the American Revolutionary War after General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River north of Trenton, New Jersey. The hazardous crossing in adverse weather allowed Washington to lead the main body of the Continental Army against Hessian soldiers garrisoned at Trenton and to defeat them. Despite the battle's small numbers, its effect was enormous throughout the colonies. The revolution itself had been in doubt only a week earlier, and the army seemed on the verge of collapse. However, with this victory, soldiers agreed to stay and new recruits came and joined the ranks.


November 13, 2008
SAR member Jerry Brown was the speaker for the David Benton Meeting on Thursday. He told of the place John Tipton played in the early history of Indiana and especially in this area. Tipton basically defeated the Indians in the area and made it safe for the pioneers. He founded the town of Tiptonia which became Columbus. His father Joshua Tipton and his mother's father Robert Shields were both Revolutionary WAr soldiers. Above he receives thanks for his program from President Jim Harvey.


October 9, 2008
SAR Secretary John Sheets was the featured speaker for the David Benton Meeting on Thursday. He Spoke of the Lincoln family and the life and background of Revolutionary War soldier Abraham Lincoln 1744-1786, who was the grandfather of President Lincoln.


August 14, 2008
Guest speaker Doug Hill of the Guthrie Chapter SAR displays and demonstrates the surgery instruments and medications used in colonial times.


August 14, 2008
New member Jerry L. Brown receives SAR Pin and Certificate of Membership from President Jim Harvey and Edward Hitchcock of the Daniel Guthrie Chapter.


July 10, 2008
President Jim Harvey and Secretary John Sheets present a gift to guest speaker Terry English an attorney and member from the Gurthie Chapter of the SAR. Terry told the group about his ancestor John Trumbull who was honored for his four paintings of the American Revolution that adorn the Capitol Rotunda. He distributed several handouts about the life of John Trumbull and showed a copy of one of his historic paintings.


June 12, 2008
President Jim Harvey presents a SAR Award Certificate to State Police Officer David Owsley for his service beyond duty in a life-saving situation.


June 12, 2008
President Jim Harvey presents a SAR Award Certificate to Darrell Scifres for his service as a Master Firefighter in Scottsburg.


May 8, 2008
President Jim Harvey presents SAR certificates to be posted at the Libraries in Crothersville and Medora, to Roger and Becky Brewer at the May meeting of the David Benton chapter of the SAR. Roger spoke about his time in the military and how he was proud of his service. Becky told how as Oakley Allen's daughter, she was proud of the service he did for his country and that she was interested in her genealogy line and would try to find more about her ancestors.



April 10, 2008
Darrell Scifres presents award to Jason Bagwell, a History teacher from Scottsburg High School. Jason presented a program about his work in the schools with Revolutionary and Civil War studies and explained about some of the field trips he had made with students to Pigeon Roost and other historic areas of Indiana.


March 14, 2008

Darrell Scifres with local firemen James Vires and Josh White, who
served in Iraq, present program about Iraq at SAR meeting March 14, 2008.



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