Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard Photo Gallery

Several local D.A.R. and S.A.R. Chapters, along with the Corps of Discovery Society Children of the American Revolution, celebrated Presidents Day 2011 with a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Memorial of General George Washington, at Washington Square Park, in Kansas City, MO. The MOSSAR and KSSSAR Color Guard is shown here during the ceremony. The statute of General George Washington was originally dedicated on Armistice Day 1925.

Several local D.A.R. and S.A.R. Chapters, along with the Corps of Discovery Society Children of the American Revolution, celebrated Presidents Day 2011 with a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Memorial of General George Washington, at Washington Square Park, in Kansas City, MO. The MOSSAR and KSSSAR Color Guard is shown here during the ceremony. The statute of General George Washington was originally dedicated on Armistice Day 1925.
Wreath Laying Ceremony
Washington Square Park
Kansas City, MO.
Presidents Day 2011

Several local D.A.R. and S.A.R. Chapters, along with the Corps of Discovery Society Children of the American Revolution, celebrated Presidents Day 2011 with a Wreath Laying Ceremony, at the Memorial of General George Washington, at Washington Square Park, in Kansas City, MO. The MOSSAR and KSSSAR Color Guard is shown here during the ceremony. Victoria Stapleton, Corps of Discovery Society Children of the American Revolution presented the Wreath in the right photo. The statute of General George Washington was originally dedicated on Armistice Day 1925 and rededicated on Armistice Day 1932. The inscription on the memorial states....

One Hundred and Nine Thousand Citizens Gave This Statute to Their City
Dedicated Armistice Day 1925
Rededicated Armistice Day 1932
Two Hundreth Anniversary Year of the Birth of George Washington

Left Photo: (L - R) Major General Robert L. Grover, MOSSAR Color Guard Commander; Captain James L. Scott, Compatriot Dirk A. Stapleton, Compatriot Fred Kaffenberger, and Compatriot Richard Cox. Both Compatriots Kaffenberger and Cox are KSSSAR Color Guard members.

Left Photo: (L - R) Major General Robert L. Grover, MOSSAR Color Guard Commander; Captain James L. Scott, Compatriot Dirk A. Stapleton, Victoria Stapleton, Corps of Discovery Society Children of the American Revolution; Compatriot Fred Kaffenberger, and Compatriot Richard Cox. Both Compatriots Kaffenberger and Cox are KSSSAR Color Guard members.




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