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Presidents Day

 103nd Annual George Washington Memorial Celebration

Hosted by the
Greater Seattle Daughters of the American Revolution Regents' Council
 
Monday, February 20, 2012


Part I - Rainier Chapter DAR House 800 E Roy Street
Seattle, WA
10:00 - 11:00AM

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Part II - George Washington Statue
Wreath Laying Ceremony
University of Washington Campus
12:00 PM 
 
You are invited to bring your family, friends, your own wreath, place it and remove it at the end of the wreath laying ceremony.  At the University of Washington there is free underground parking located off 15th Ave NE , by the pedestrian overpass, and the signal at NE 41st Ave
 
The Washington State Society C.A.R. and local C.A.R. Societies participate in this historic event along with other DAR and SAR chapters and other community groups.   The following C.A.R. representatives are scheduled to lay wreaths:
 
 President, Washington State Society, C.A.R.
President, Randolph Lawson Society, C.A.R.
Steven Johnson, President, William Devin Society, C.A.R.
President, Captain Nathan Hale Society, C.A.R.
President, Mount Raineir Society, C.A.R.
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 C.A.R. Members may access the reservation form for laying a wreath by clicking here and logging in to the site.
 
Photos from the 2010 event
 

Photos from past events

                                

 

Sage and Ciara Berg laying weeaths                                                                       Members preparing to lay their wreaths

 

C.A.R. Members present at the Ceremony                                                                                                           

 

Plaque on statue base

Historical photos of statue

C.A.R. members laying wreath in 1957.

 

 

 


 
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