http://www.vscar.org/2020-2021-vscar-individual-donations/ To make an individual donation, please complete this form and send it to your Society Treasurer. They will forward it to the State Treasurer
2020-2021 Project Patron Form - Making Waves Through History To make a donation to the "Making Waves Through History" administration, please use the attached form.
Register by Feb. 24 for the early bird discount!
Use the new directory for contest entries!
Master Treasurer's Report Now Posted!
Everything you need for the new Virginia C.A.R. Year is On Line!
State Chairmen: Your Adventure In Liberty Begins NOW!
Take a trip through the wardrobe to 1775 and contribute to “The Roar of the Revolution!”
Apply by the April 15 deadline!
Get the latest news in the Members' Area!
Use the 2018-19 Honor Roll Form to Plan Your Activities
The 2018-19 Contest Packet is Now Available!
Fun & Games, Skits and a Tour of the Robert Carter House!
Congratulations to the State Chairmen for 2018-19!
Virginia's New State President and Senior State President
See the List of Nominees in the Members Area
Society Annual Dues Report due January 31!
Join the Rebellion by entering this year's state contests! Check them out in the History Awakens contest packet! 2017-18 Contest Packet
The registration form for the First State Workshop on July 29, 2017, is available in the Members Area. The registration deadline is July 24th!
Senior Society Treasurers: Please note that updated financial forms are now available on VSCAR.org! See Members --> Announcements and Forms. Use the password provided on
Mid-Southern Regional June 19-20, 2015 in Erlanger, Kentucky. Registration information is available by contacting the Senior State President or on the National website at www.nscar.org.
Workshop information has been distributed via emails to the V.S.C.A.R. list. If you haven't received this information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org! A huge THANK YOU to
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