MOSSAR Harry S. Truman Chapter Color Guard Photo Gallery
Constitution Week 2009 Harry S.Truman Library Independence, Missouri Thursday, September 17, 2009
The Harry S. Truman Color Guard and Missouri DAR members participated in a U. S. Naturalization Ceremony, hosted at the Harry S.Truman Library, in Independence, Missouri on Thursday, September 17, 2009. The Color Guard Commander, Major General Robert Grover and Captain James L. Scott, are shown here with Mary Lynn Tolle, Honorary State Regent, Missouri and Vice President General NSDAR and other area DAR members, during Constitution Week 2009.
The United States Constitution has withstood the test of time for more than two centuries as our Nation's charter of government and the guarantor of our liberties. Signed in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787, this founding document reflects our core values and enshrines the truths set forth in the Declaration of Independence, that we are each endowed with certain unalienable rights. As the beneficiaries of these rights, all Americans have a solemn obligation to participate in our democracy so that it remains vibrant, strong, and responsive to the needs of our citizens.
Photo (L-R): MOSSAR Color Guard Commander Major General Robert Grover, Linda H. Sehrt, Regent of Independence Pioneers; Linda H. Stewart DAR Independence Pioneers; Mary Lynn Tolle, Honorary State Regent, Missouri and Vice President General NSDAR; and Captain James L. Scott