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  • TheMaineSheet graphic Welcome to Maine C.A.R.!


    Planning for the 2015-2016 year is taking place!  Look for information on the upcoming Summer Packet meeting on the Member Login page and see the Calendar page for the date for State Conference!  Let's put those dates on the calendar and have a record showing to support Maine C.A.R.!

    At Right - State President and Senior State President pose for a picture after their planning meeting!


    The 63rd Annual Maine State Conference was held at the beautiful Samoset Resort in Rockport. We were truly honored to have National Recording Secretary Connor Jackson, Senior National Corresponding Secretary Trish Jackson, Honorary Senior National President Hans Jackson and State Regent Sandy Swallow in attendance with us. We also enjoyed a wonderful presentation by Martha Kempe from the Wayfinder Schools, during which she explained the wonderful work being done by the schools and how the money raised by Maine C.A.R. over the last year will be used.


    Members and Seniors from across New England and the country had a great time at the 2014 New England Regional Meeting in Windsor, Connecticut, with Honorary Maine State President Crystal Kwon serving as Regional Chaplain and Adam Bartow as the Senior National Vice President of the New England Region. Look for more pictures in the Photo Gallery section of this site and don’t miss out on the excitement next year! (Details on the calendar page)


    Continue to send pictures from Society events to the Senior State President. We want to see your smiling faces on our site! 

    Available for Purchase: The Maine Sheets: A 75 Year History of the Maine State Society Children of the American Revolution

    This book, written by Senior State President Adam W. Bartow, is a complete history of the Maine State Society, Children of the American Revolution 1938 - 2013. Fully illustrated in color with more than 250 pictures, this book is the first time that the history of the oldest youth patriotic organization in Maine has been chronicled. This book provides new details about the activities of this organization from members' work during World War II to present efforts to expand membership and involvement in the community. Purchase from Adam at a cost of just $20 per autographed copy. Proceeds support the Maine C.A.R. Operating Fund.