Welcome to the Sacramento Chapter
7:00 p.m. Dinner Meeting
12409 Folsom Blvd.
Al and Carol Howenstein
A shortened version of "Mansion Memories" will be presented by Al and Carol Howenstein, docents from the California State Historic Governors’ Mansion.
The Governors' mansion was built for a very wealthy Sacramento businessman, Albert Gallatin in 1877. It was purchased by the state of California in 1903 for $32,500 to use as a home for California’s governors and their families, and remained so until Governor Ronald Reagan and his family moved out in 1967.
Cattlemens Restaurant, 12409 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova (take the Hazel Avenue exit off Hwy 50)
Highway 50 Westbound: Westbound on 50 to the Hazel Avenue exit. Turn left on Hazel Avenue. Continue over the highway overpass. Turn left on Folsom Boulevard. Turn left into the Nimbus Winery complex. Follow the signs to the restaurant.
Highway 50 Eastbound: Follow eastbound Highway 50 to Hazel Avenue exit. Turn right on Hazel Avenue. Turn left on Folsom Boulevard. Turn left into the Nimbus Winery complex and follow the signs to the restaurant.
Jun. 21, 2013
To be announced
|Who We Are
|The Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) are direct descendants of those patriots that achieved
the independence of the American people. The objectives of our organization are intended to perpetuate a more profound
reverence for the principles of the government founded by our forefathers.
|The Purpose of Our Society
The SAR is a historical, educational, and patriotic United States 501(c)3 non-profit organization that seeks to maintain and extend:
We do this by perpetuating the stories of patriotism, courage, sacrifice, tragedy, and triumph of the men who achieved the
independence of the American people in the belief that these stories are universal ones of man's eternal struggle against
tyranny, relevant to all time, and will inspire and strengthen each succeeding generation as it too is called upon to defend
our freedoms on the battlefield and in our public institutions.
Preserve the memory of those whose service and sacrifice during the American Revolution secured independence for the American people.
- the institutions of American freedom
- an appreciation for true patriotism
- a respect for our national symbols
- the value of American citizenship
- the unifying force of e pluribus unum that has created, from the people of many nations, one nation and one people.
- Unite and promote fellowship among their descendants.
- Inspire them and the Community with a more profound reverence for the principles of the government founded by our forefathers.
- Encourage historical research in relation to the American Revolution.
- Maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, an appreciation for true patriotism, a respect for our national symbols, and the value of American citizenship.
- Promote the purposes expressed in the preamble of the Constitution.