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2024 Second Quarter Meeting

SAR members and invited guest are welcome to join us for the 2024 2nd Quarter Meeting held at the historic Pittsburgh Golf Club on Sunday June 2, 2024 at 11:30 am.

The Pittsburgh Golf Club was created by some of Pittsburgh’s leading citizens living in the East End for their own pleasure and for the pleasure of their families and friends. They wanted a “place like home” with manners, language and décor that made them feel “ at home.”

Jason Cherry, author of the new book Pittsburgh’s Lost Outpost: Captain Trent’s Fort, will give a presentation on his book.

Mr. Cherry is a native of Butler, Pennsylvania and graduate of the University of Massachusetts. He has reenacted the French and Indian War for over thirty years portraying the group of volunteers hired under William Trent Jr in 1754, a unit known as Captain William Trent's Company. He also has conducted over forty speaking engagements on William Trent's role in Pennsylvania and New Jersey during the eighteenth century throughout the Eastern United States.

 Inspiring American Patriotism 
 Since 1889. 

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and teaching American history to future generations.


National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR or SAR) was founded in 1889 and is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.


SAR is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and promoting education to our future generations. SAR members volunteer untold hours of service each year in their local communities. SAR is very active in supporting active-duty military personnel and assisting veterans as well. We proudly assist classrooms with living history interpreters, lesson planning materials and reenactment events for school-aged youth to attend.


"Sons of Liberty 1775" Minuteman statue that stands sentry in front of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution's headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.


 Sid Moore 

"For me, SAR is a unique group of kindred men whose forefathers fought for the dream of freedom still benefiting every American." 


  J. Rennick Steele  

"I stand all amazed at the dedication and valor of my ancestors. I want my name to be on the historical role with them."


  John Carroll  

"Few organizations honor veterans as meaningfully as the SAR. I am proud to be a member."




Our chapter has been serving the Pittsburgh community and beyond since 1928.

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