Mississippi Society, Sons of the American Revolution
Encourages and works with each Chapter to recognize Veterans through ceremonies at Chapter meetings, presentation at a Veteran’s residence, at Veteran Homes, and at Veteran Hospitals.
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMTTEES are those committees that deal with programs and presentations to adults and youth outside the MS SAR.
EDUCATION OUTREACH COMMITTEE
A superb and effective Website increases in importance every year. The greater importance of this mode of communication needs oversight and daily attention.
This committee of experienced members aid the MS SAR Webmaster in this task.
Encourages the Chapter level Flag Committees to give recognition to individuals and businesses in their communities who consistently display our nation’s flag in a proper manner.
The MS SAR needs to have a year-round presence in local newspapers and magazines. The MS SAR needs regular Society/Chapter news reports in The NSSAR Magazine. A member with media connections chairs this committee with the assistance of a representative from each District.
The education of the next generation in American history is a major need throughout the United States. Education is THE most important mission of the MS SAR. This committee creates and oversees outreach to adults and students and involves:
1) classroom instruction,
2) adult programs and lectures,
3) Living history educational venues (Sons of Independence),
4) creation of power point presentations and video shorts, and
5) the development of a Speakers Bureau.
HISTORY TEACHER AWARD COMMITTEE
The MS SAR By-Laws state that the 2nd Vice President “shall be the Societies designated point of contact for liaison with the MSDAR and CAR Societies”. These relationships are extremely important to the future vitality of the Society. District Representatives, associated with these organizations, will assist the Vice President in this duty.
DAR/CAR LIAISON COMMITTEE
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEES
Through School District leaders, School Principals, Parent Organizations, or Chapter knowledge, an outstanding history teacher is chosen for this presentation at the Annual Meeting per rules set by the NSSAR.
Considered the “Face” of the SAR. Used for all presentations of our nation’s flag as requested for meetings, parades, dedications, grave markings and funerals.