WATSONTOWN - The Tiadaghton Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution held its spring dinner meeting May 9 at the Watson Inn.
Forty-three members and guests attended. Chapter Secretary Paul Metzger reported on the recent Pennsylvania State Meeting in Philadelphia and also gave an update on the Eagle Scout program.
The dinner meeting was followed by an entertaining musical program at the home of John Ravert featuring his vast collection of antique and modern player pianos and band organs. The highlight of the evening was a selection of music played on an antique theater pipe organ.
SAR is a leading male lineage society that perpetuates the ideals of the war for independence.
Men are eligible for membership with proof of lineal descent of an ancestor who was loyal to, and rendered active service in, the cause of American independence.
Interested individuals should contact Metzger at 435-0025 to start the membership application process.