Black Patch Festival – Princeton

Compatriots Steve Mallory, John Humphries, and Geoff Baggett spent several hours on Main Street in Princeton at the annual Black Patch Festival.  They distributed dozens of forms requesting support for Wreaths Across America in december.  They also had the opportunity to “recruit” among the men of Princeton and Caldwell County.  At least three men expressed interest in joining SAR.

Our uniformed Compatriots were, without doubt, the most photographed festival participants.  They even had a brief interview and photo taken by the local newspaper.

Pictured below are our compatriots with Martha Cash Presler, Regent of the General John Caldwell Chapter of the DAR.

Geoff Baggett, Steve Mallory, Marcha Cash Presler, and John Humphries

Geoff Baggett, Steve Mallory, Marcha Cash Presler, and John Humphries

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