During the 121st Congress in Winston-Salem, North Carolina many topics of discussion were covered and several actions were taken. One of the discussions taken up was a Bylaw change that had been unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees at the Spring Leadership meeting. The discussions covered the various sections of the Bylaws relating to the Youth Registrant program.
The State Challenge Campaign will recognize SAR State Societies who have reached the level of having 20% of their members donate to the SAR Foundation at an average level of $250 per society member. Those state societies that qualify will have their names imprinted on a plaque hung in the new headquarters building.
Nine State Societies have now qualified for inclusion on the recognition plaque by having met both the 20% level of giving and the $250 per member.
The NSSAR is pleased to report that the SAR Genealogical Research Library has received an exciting new addition to its special collections.The gift, a book entitled Révolution de l’Amérique by M. l’Abbé Raynal, is a history of the American Revolution written entirely in French!