Saratoga Battle Chapter SAR
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Here you'll find photographs from various Saratoga Battle Chapter events and activities.

Duane Booth, President Empire State Society SAR, Martha M. Crapser New York State Regent, NSDAR and Nicholas Oxaal, President, New York State Society Children of the American Revolution

(L-R) Duane Booth, President Empire State Society SAR, Martha M. Crapser New York State Regent, NSDAR and Nicholas Oxaal, President, New York State Society Children of the American Revolution


(L-r) Chapter President Tom Dunne, State Society President Duane Booth, Newly Elected Thousand Island Chapter President A. Parks Honeywell and State Society VP Capital Region J. Brian Fitzpatrick at the Bonnie Castle Resort, in Alexandria Bay, NY on October 02, 2014.  The happy occasion was the Thousand Islands Charter Celebration Day with over 40 members and guest attending; Saratoga Battle for the third time was the sponsor of a new chapter.  Parks will continue as a Dual Chapter Member in the Saratoga Battle Chapter.

(L-r) Chapter President Tom Dunne, State Society President Duane Booth, Newly Elected Thousand Island Chapter President A. Parks Honeywell and State Society VP Capital Region J. Brian Fitzpatrick at the Bonnie Castle Resort, in Alexandria Bay, NY on October 02, 2014. The happy occasion was the Thousand Islands Charter Celebration Day with over 40 members and guest attending; Saratoga Battle for the third time was the sponsor of a new chapter. Parks will continue as a Dual Chapter Member in the Saratoga Battle Chapter.


Congratulations to the Schuyler Society, C.A.R. which was voted the most outstanding society in America at the C.A.R. National Convention that was recently held in Virginia.  Society President Nicholas Oxaal is pictured receiving the engraved silver bowl from  National Society President Caitlin Collins. Nicholas' siblings Elizabeth, Christopher and Alexandria  smile with pride and rightly so! The Schuyler Society also won several other prizes and Benjamin Gallant's prayer in honor of our veterans was read at Friday night's opening session.  The members of the Schuyler Society worked hard to win these awards and our chapter along with the Peter Gansevoort Chapter, NSDAR and the Rhodes Memorial Fund are very proud to sponsor them.

Congratulations to the Schuyler Society, C.A.R. which was voted the most outstanding society in America at the C.A.R. National Convention that was recently held in Virginia. Society President Nicholas Oxaal is pictured receiving the engraved silver bowl from National Society President Caitlin Collins. Nicholas' siblings Elizabeth, Christopher and Alexandria smile with pride and rightly so!

The Schuyler Society also won several other prizes and Benjamin Gallant's prayer in honor of our veterans was read at Friday night's opening session. The members of the Schuyler Society worked hard to win these awards and our chapter along with the Peter Gansevoort Chapter, NSDAR and the Rhodes Memorial Fund are very proud to sponsor them.


The streamer which is added to our Chapter's SAR Flag was awarded by the National Society for the $1,000.00 donation voted on at our September 2012 meeting for the National Society's Center For America's Heritage.  Pictured (l-r): Jonathan Goebel, Society President Richard Sage, Peter Goebel, Thomas Dunne, George Malinoski and Duane Booth - Photo courtesy of Kathleen Gydesen

The streamer which is added to our Chapter's SAR Flag was awarded by the National Society for the $1,000.00 donation voted on at our September 2012 meeting for the National Society's Center For America's Heritage. Pictured (l-r): Jonathan Goebel, Society President Richard Sage, Peter Goebel, Thomas Dunne, George Malinoski and Duane Booth. - Photo courtesy of Kathleen Gydesen


Chapter officers have created a new award to honor members who provide extraordinary service to the chapter. The award was named in honor of Past Chapter President Duane Booth (2003-2005) and is called the Duane Booth Minuteman Award. The first recipient of the award is Duane Booth. In the future, this honor will be awarded on an as-deserved basis by majority vote of current chapter officers. Any chapter member may ask officers to consider another member for the award, but they must cite the extraordinary service that the member performed. - Photo Courtesy of Duane Booth

Chapter officers have created a new award to honor members who provide extraordinary service to the chapter. The award was named in honor of Past Chapter President Duane Booth (2003-2005) and is called the Duane Booth Minuteman Award. The first recipient of the award is Duane Booth. In the future, this honor will be awarded on an as-deserved basis by majority vote of current chapter officers. Any chapter member may ask officers to consider another member for the award, but they must cite the extraordinary service that the member performed. - Photo Courtesy of Duane Booth


(l-r) Mike Companion and Rich Fullam pose with wreath laid at the grave of past chapter president Carlton E. Covell at December 11th Wreaths Across America Ceremony at Saratoga National Cemetery. - Photo courtesy of Rich Fullam

(l-r) Mike Companion and Rich Fullam pose with wreath laid at the grave of past chapter president Carlton E. Covell at December 11th Wreaths Across America Ceremony at Saratoga National Cemetery.
- Photo courtesy of Rich Fullam


(l-r) Chapter Treasurer Mike Companion, Past Chapter President Duane Booth and Chapter President Rich Fullam with historic signage marker donated by the Chapter and dedicated Friday, October 16. 2009.  The sign is located at the entrance to Fort Hardy Park on NY Route 29 in the Village of Schuylerville. - Photo courtesy of Duane Booth

(l-r) Chapter Treasurer Mike Companion, Past Chapter President Duane Booth and Chapter President Rich Fullam with historic signage marker donated by the Chapter and dedicated Friday, October 16. 2009. The sign is located at the entrance to Fort Hardy Park on NY Route 29 in the Village of Schuylerville.
- Photo courtesy of Duane Booth


Saratoga Battle Chapter member Brett Trufant applies fire to a cannon built by Saratoga Battle Chapter Treasurer Mike Companion (a dual Walloomsac Battle Chapter member, behind smoke) at the 232nd anniversary of the Battle of Bennington held at the NYS Battle of Bennington Historic Site in North Hoosick, NY, on 8/16/2009. - Photo courtesy of Bob Wilson

Saratoga Battle Chapter member Bret Trufant applies fire to a cannon called "Cricket" built by Saratoga Battle Chapter Treasurer Mike Companion (a dual Walloomsac Battle Chapter member, standing behind smoke) at the 232nd anniversary of the Battle of Bennington held at the NYS Battle of Bennington Historic Site in North Hoosick, NY, on 8/16/2009. The 3rd crew member at the rear is Peter Hormell. All are re-enactors with the 2nd Continental Artillery.
- Photo courtesy of Bob Wilson


SAR Monument - Saratoga Battlefield, photo: Dennis Marr SAR Monument - Saratoga Battlefield, photo: Dennis Marr SAR Monument, plaque detail - Saratoga Battlefield, photo: Dennis Marr
SAR Monument - Saratoga Battlefield, photos: Dennis Marr

SAR Monument - Saratoga National Cemetery, photo: Dennis Marr SAR Monument, plaque detail - Saratoga National Cemetery, photo: Dennis Marr  
SAR Monument - Saratoga National Cemetery, photos: Dennis Marr

The picture is from the 225th Anniversary Surrender of Burgoyne.  Pictured to the left of the flagpole is Marion Walter, Saratoga Chapter, DAR & to the right of the pole is Jonathan E. Goebel, Duane Booth and Harry Taylor, Saratoga Battle Chapter, SAR member. Saratoga Battle Chapter participates in the 225th anniversary of the surrender of Burgoyne activities.  
225th Anniversary Surrender of Burgoyne, photos: Unknown

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