All Saints Catholic School (Manassas, VA) Students Awarded for SAR Brochure Contest by Colonel William Grayson Chapter
Three seventh grade Social Studies/American History Students at All Saints Catholic School, Manassas, VA were recognized for producing the best tri-fold brochures for the annual Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Brochure Contest sponsored by the Colonel William Grayson Chapter Virginia Society, SAR. Eliza Rhodes won first place with a brochure on the United States Constitution. She was awarded $50, a certificate, first place blue ribbon and a SAR Good Citizenship pin. Mary Collins won second place with a brochure on the Bill of Rights. She was awarded $25, a certificate, and a second place red ribbon. Mehek Jamil won third place with a brochure on the Declaration of Independence. She was awarded $15, a certificate and a third place white ribbon.
Ms Devon Bell was the teacher for classes that produced a total of eighteen brochures for the contest. For her support of the Brochure contest she was presented a SAR Certificate of Appreciation. Presenting awards was Colonel William Grayson Chapter Vice President Barry Schwoerer who wore the uniform of one his Patriot Ancestors, a member of the New Hampshire Militia.
All members of SAR must prove they are lineal descendants of a man or woman who provided support for the American Revolution. For additional information on SAR, and the Colonel William Grayson Chapter visit their webpage at http://colonelwilliamgrayson.virginia-sar.org or on Facebook by searching for colonel william grayson chapter, sar.
Submitted by Barry Schwoerer,
L-R: Barry Schwoerer, Ms. Devon Bell, Mehek Jamil, Mary Collins, Eliza Rhodes