NOMINATING COMMITTEE: At least thirty (30) days prior to each annual meeting, the chairman of the nominating committee shall provide the Board of Directors with a list of proposed nominations for each elected office. A member of the nominating committee may be a candidate for an elective Chapter office. However, that member may not participate in any discussions for that elective office, and must recuse himself from any vote or decision concerning the member nominated for that Chapter office. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com
FINANCE COMMITTEE: The 1st Vice President shall be chairman, and other members of this committee shall be the 2nd vice-president, the Treasurer, the Secretary and three other members appointed by the committee chairman. They shall estimate income and expenditures, and recommend such fiscal actions as they consider in the best interests of the chapter. The committee shall prepare a recommended annual budget for the following year. If interested in serving on this committee, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUDIT COMMITTEE: The 1st Vice President shall be chairman, and the other two members of this committee shall be members not serving on the executive committee. At least one member of the audit committee shall be financially literate, meaning substantial prior experience and knowledge of financial matters. The committee shall audit the books and records of the treasurer and shall report to the membership at the annual meeting. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com.
BYLAWS COMMITTEE: The committee shall prepare the language for any proposed amendment to the Chapter bylaws and the Chapter secretary shall give notice of such proposed amendment at least ninety (90) days prior to a meeting of the membership at which the amendment shall be put to a vote. The committee shall bring forward for dispositive action all properly noticed proposed amendments before the annual or special meeting of the membership. The chancellor shall be a member of this committee. If interested in serving on this committee, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDUCATION COMMITTEE: The 2nd Vice-President shall be chairman, and the other members of this committee shall be chapter members with a special interest in youth education. The committee shall be responsible for conducting all chapter activities related to NSSAR Americanism programs focused on students in the elementary, middle, and high schools. The committee shall also be responsible for nominating teachers to participate in the NSSAR Tom & Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Award program and CASSAR Valley Forge Scholarship Program.
Specific NSSAR and CASSAR programs that we promote include: Americanism Poster, Tri-fold Brochure, Knight Essay, Rumbaugh Oration, Eagle Scout Scholarship, Enhanced JROTC, Valley Forge Teacher. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com.
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE: The Vice-President for Membership shall be chairman. The membership committee shall be responsible for developing programs and materials for the recruitment of new members, encouraging the active participation of existing members in chapter activities, assisting the President in recruiting members to serve on committees. If interested in serving on this committee, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE: The communication director shall be chairman. The communication committee shall be responsible for communications to the members of the chapter via the newsletter, emails, website and other electronic media such as Facebook. The committee will also be responsible for preparing press releases about chapter activities and submitting articles to the California Compatriot and SAR Magazine concerning chapter activities. This also includes the Website Committee. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com.
AWARDS PROGRAM COMMITTEE: The committee shall arrange for the induction of new members, presentation of awards, medals and certificates to members and non-members in accord with the chapter awards policy. Chapter Awards Programs include: ROTC Medals, JROTC Medals, Sea Cadets, H.S. Citizenship Medals, Eagle Scout Certificates. If interested in serving on this committee, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAGLE SCOUT: The Eagle Scout Committee contacts local Boy Scout Councils by August 1st of each year requesting the names and addresses of Scouts who have passed their Eagle Board of Review in the past year. They request scholarship applications from those Scouts to be received by the chapter no later than December 15th. The committee reviews and evaluates those applications and forwards the winning one to the State Eagle Scout Chairman by January 15th for consideration in the selection process of the State winner. The State Society winner is declared and the winning application is forwarded to the National Chairman for the National review and selection process. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com.
COLOR GUARD COMMITTEE: The Color Guard Commander or his designee will serve as chairman of the Color Guard committee. The Color guard Committee Chairman should establish and train one or more Color Guard units for presentation and posting of the Colors at appropriate SAR, City, County, State, and Federal occasions. He should also assure the Color Guard parades as a Color guard unit in appropriate nationally recognized holiday parades such as Memorial Day, Flag Day, 4th of July, and Veterans Day events. If interested in serving on this committee, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAR/DAR LIAISON COMMITTEE: Acts as the Chapter’s SAR representative to the local Children of the American Revolution and the Daughters of the American Revolution chapters. He will report local activities and offer assistance to the State CAR/DAR Liaison Chairman. If interested in serving on this committee, contact email@example.com.