Sons of the American Revolution Society welcome Carmel Valley father and son

Brian Stokes and Alex Stokes

Carmel Valley residents Brian Stokes and son, Alex, proudly accept membership into the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Society on Aug. 18 at the Palms Restaurant at MCAS, Miramar.  The occasion marked the induction of six new members into the chapter, which now totals 203 members.

The Sons of the American Revolution is an historical, educational and patriotic organization whose members are direct descendants of the American Revolution.  The San Diego Chapter SAR Chapter sponsors five youth contests ranging from grades 5 through 12, an Eagle Scout scholarship program, and  an ROTC/JROTC leadership recognition program.

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