NSCAC National President’s Project
Women of the Regulator Movement
The National Project for 2020-2021 is “Women in the Regulator Movement.” Money raised from this project will go towards an interpretative trail marker on an established history trail through the Alamance Battleground Park in Burlington, North Carolina. The goal is to raise awareness of the women involved in the 1771 battle between the Royal Governor of North Carolina William Tyron and the North Carolina Regulators, who were fighting against corrupt British officials and unfair taxation. This battle is often seen as a precursor to the American Revolution. The park researched and documented the service of three women who acted as nurses two days after the battle fought on May 16, 1771. All three women/nurses had an impact on our history.
Cal’s project will be supported by the sales of note cards featuring his photography work, as well as a lapel pin highlighting the Regulator Battle of 1771. To support his project, Cal is offering the pin shown above, as well as a series of five note cards featuring his photography. Please use this link to download the order form from the Forms Section.
|National President||Raymond Calvin "Cal" Hepler IV|
|National First Vice President||Thomas Misiano|
|National Second Vice President||Ellie Hepler|
|National Chaplain||Martha Speas|
|National Recording Secretary||Alexander Martin|
|National Corresponding Secretary||Jackson Martin|
|National Registrar||Jacob Shadinger|
|National Treasurer||Ariana Mouring|
|National Historian||Alyvia Baxter|
|National Librarian||Margaret Speas|
Honorary National Presidents
|2008-2009||V. Nicholas Panei|