George Walton

Sons of the American Revolution
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SAR is the largest male lineage organization in the United States and consists of 50 state-level societies with more than 500 local chapters, several international societies (including Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom), and over 33,000 members. Prominent SAR members include sixteen U.S. presidents, U.S. senators and representatives, local business and community leaders, as well as foreign dignitaries such as Sir Winston Churchill, and Kings Juan Carlos I and Felipe VI of Spain.

SAR members have also answered their country’s call in every major American conflict beginning with the battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775, and continuing to the present day, including Operation Desert Storm, Bosnia, and the recent actions in Afghanistan and Iraq. SAR members have received the highest awards America can bestow, including the Medal of Honor.


  • Remembering Our Past….By honoring those who served or assisted the colonies during the Revolutionary War.
  • Promoting Core Values….By protecting our Constitution and perpetuating American ideals and traditions.
  • Shaping Young Minds….By educating our youth about the Constitution and those who developed the American ideals and traditions.

George Walton SAR

meets the first Tuesday of each month


July, August and December

7 p.m.

Monroe United Methodist Church