Minutes of the
President Tetrick called the meeting to order at . Jim Washburn offered the invocation and Bob Yarnell led the pledge to the flag and Dwight Tetrick led the pledge to the SAR.
Members present: Dwight Tetrick, Marty Miller, Jim Washburn, Jim Chambers,
Welcome guests: Billie Washburn our essay winner and 6 ROTC cadets and their guests.
The SAR membership approved the minutes of the March meeting as published in the newsletter.
The Treasurer reported a balance of $2,266.39. We received a check from the state for $57.00 as a dues rebate.
Bob Yarnell reported that he had still not heard from any elementary schools about the Good Citizenship awards.
Jim Chambers reported presenting a senior ROTC award to a deserving cadet at USF.
Dwight reported that next month we will present a fire safety medal to a member of the Tampa Fire Department.
The president presented the
winner of our local essay contest to the membership. Manar
Sarsour a senior at a local high school wrote,
Recessed for lunch
The secretary presented the
program for the benefit of the Cadets and members based on the book “The Day
the American Revolution Began” by William H. Hallahan.
The premise of this book is that the revolution began at different times in
different parts of the colonies owing to the significant time needed for news
to travel from the
The president then presented the JROTC awards to the six cadets attending.
A 50/50 drawing was not held.
The recessional was led President Tetrick and Jim Washburn gave the benediction. The meeting adjourned at .