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 Cassidy Callihan, 
State President, 2017-2018

Cassidy Ca
llihan lives in Rock Island, Washington.  She is a senior at Eastmont High School, and will graduate with honors in June 2017. Cassidy is a three-year varsity letterman on the Eastmont Fastpitch team, and is a two-year captain of the team. She also enjoys playing fastpitch on the NCW Sun Devil elite team, which travels extensively in
 the summer months to compete in tournaments. She loves spending time with her family doing everything from
 attending church to sitting around a campfire while camping.

Cassidy plans to attend Central Washington University, where she will major in Secondary Social Studies Education and minor in Coaching. Her career ambition is to be able to share her passion for History in the classroom, helping to develop the next generation of leaders. She also aspires to coach fastpitch at the high school level, which will allow her to impact students in a different environment outside of the classroom.

Cassidy became a member of C.A.R. in 2016, and is the President of the Columbia Society in Central Washington. She is honored to hold the President post for Washington State C.A.R. in 2017. Because of her career aspirations, Cassidy has chosen to focus her C.A.R. project on education. She is planning to raise funds to distribute The American Revolution: A Visual History hardback book to all 250 -300 middle and junior high schools in Washington State. This is an ambitious goal, but Cassidy is excited to see the donated books in the library or in history classrooms at schools in Washington State.


Above:  2016-2017 State officers being installed, February, 2016

Right:  State President Daniel Johnson (2016-2017) and Senior State President John Berg
 by the tomb of George and Martha Washington following the installation
 ceremony after the C.A.R. National Convention, April 17, 2016


Officers of the C.A.R.  must be under the age of 22.  For each officer, there is a corresponding adult who is designated a senior officer.   Most of these "seniors", as they are called, are members of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Sons of the American Revolution (SAR), or Sons of the Revolution (S.R.).  These seniors provide training and guidance to the member officers.   Senior officers serve a two-year term ending in 2018.  Member officers serve a one year term.  The current officers are: 

Term ends
April 22, 2018

Officers 2017-2018 
Senior Officers
Officers 2018-2019
Senior Officers 2018-2020

State President

Cassidy Callihan
John R. Berg*

Nathan Steiner 

John R. Berg* 

First Vice President

Daniel Johnson 

Jeanette Carroll 
Luke Byrd

Jeanette Carroll 

Second Vice President

Rebecca Johnson 
Kate Hull
MacKenzey Steiner
Kate Hull


Savannah Berg 
Hyrum Berg
Dinah Lee

Sarah Steiner 


William Fleck 

Rod Fleck 

Rebecca Johnson 
 Carrie Venable-Byrd


Isaac Johnson 

Flora Johnson 

Daniel Johnson 

Flora Johnson 


Ariana Moreyra 
Sally Buckingham

Tyler Langley 

Sally Buckingham 


Dinah Lee 
Stefan Kovalenko

James Byrd 

Stefan Kovalenko 


Luke Byrd 

Jenny Schmidt 

Savannah Berg 
Suzy Scuderi

*The Senior State President is appointed by the Senior National President and confirmed by the Senior National Board of Management. The appointment for 2018-2020 will not be confirmed until April 19, 2018.

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