Sons of the American Revolution

Colonel William Grayson Chapter of the Virginia Society

Color Guard

Memorial Day 2018, members of the Colonel William Grayson chapter, Virginia Society Sons of the American Revolution joined Culpeper Minutemen and Fairfax Resolves chapter members to participate in the Color Guard and presentation of chapter wreaths at the Memorial Day celebration at the Culpeper National Cemetery in Culpeper, Virginia. Compatriot Charles C. Jameson of the Culpeper Minutemen Chapter was the Keynote speaker for the event.

Color Guard members: Mike Taimi, Colonel William Grayson chapter, Dave Cook, Fairfax Resolves chapter, Charles Jameson, Culpeper Minutemen chapter and Paul Chase, Colonel William Grayson chapter, not pictured Mike Dennis, Culpeper Minutemen chapter. Keynote speaker: Charles C. Jameson Culpeper Minutemen chapter.

Presentation of chapter wreaths: Mike Dennis, Culpeper Minutemen chapter, Mike Taimi and Paul Chase, Colonel William Grayson chapter, and Dave Cook, Fairfax Resolves chapter.

Colonel William Grayson Chapter Color Guard was organized in 2011. The Color Guard serves an important ceremonial role at historic observances, grave markings, wreath laying ceremonies, parades and other events when invited. The Color Guard serves as a very visible means of attracting the attention of the general public to the activities of the Society. Color Guardsmen in their attractive uniforms and colorful flags bring favorable publicity to the Society. Members of the Color Guard are frequently asked questions regarding their uniforms, muskets and other accoutrements and have a significant opportunity to educate the public on Revolutionary history (life and events). The Color Guardemen are also members of the Virginia Society, Atlantic Middle-States Association and National Society Color Guards; thus having the opportunity to participate at local, state, district and national events as time permits.