Mrs. Georgia Holder, National President NSDAC; Amanda Nagy, National President NSCAC; and Dr. Richard Clouse, President General NSCAC
Columbus Day Ceremony—October 10, 2011
Union Station Plaza, Washington D.C.
Founded: 17 June 1939
2012 NSCAC General Assembly
Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill
Near Lexington, KY
Room Block Code: Children of the American Revolution
"Hats Off to our Heritage"
2011-2012 National Project:
To raise funds to support the building of a hands-on and kid friendly exhibit at the Isle a la Cache fur traders museum in Romeoville, IL. The exhibit will teach kids and adults alike how the beaver fur and skin, traded among the Native Americans and the French that settled there at the time in the late 17th century, was turned into hats.
Fundraiser: Purchase a hat-shaped pin with the NSCAC logo for $10 each.
Available at CAC National Officers Club Breakfast or contact
Dr. Kim Nagy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Onward and Upward”
White and Gold
Gold Winged Eagle centered against a
Maltese Cross of white with gold border
To train young people who are descendants whose ancestors lived in the Colonies to honor their colonial ancestors and to train them in parliamentary law, in conducting business meetings, and in promoting patriotism in the community and the nation.
The objects of this Society shall be patriotic and educational: to commemorate deeds of historic interest; to inculcate and foster the love of America and of its institutions by all its residents; to base eligibility to membership upon lineal descent from those men and women who were residents of America when it was under foreign government as colonies and who rendered civil or military service in any American colony prior to 4 July 1776 and to preserve our Colonial heritage.