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Submitted by Bill Ramsaur

Marshes of Glynn SAR Chapter received the National Society Sons of the American Revolution Liberty Bell Americanism Award for the best implementation of SAR objectives by a mid-sized chapter, and the NSSAR President General Educational Outreach Streamer for historical presentations in local Elementary and Middle Schools.

Pictured are Steven Hinson, from left, Bill Ramsaur, John Morgan, Phil Callicutt and Pete Dillon.

On the back row are Bennie Williams, from left, Terry Barker, Steven Ford, Jake Pfaff, John Pfaff, David Kelsey, Jimmy Boatright, Brent Taylor and George Barnhill.

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