National Society Daughters of
The American Revolution, (NSDAR)
Commodore John Barry Chapter
Regent Tammy Sandberg
Representing Commodore John Barry Chapter NSDAR
CJB Patriot Ancestor Flags and Veteran Honor Flags proudly wave at historic Ryckman House
Our Flag of the United States Chair, Dayle Hinman, reminds us of a flag fact: “We proudly fly our Patriot Ancestor Flags and Veteran Honor Flags at historic Ryckman House for the 17 Flag Holidays we recognize each year.”
Every DAR daughter in our Commodore John Barry Chapter has a Patriot Ancestor Flag in remembrance of their Revolutionary War ancestor. It bears a tag with the member’s name, patriot’s name, state and rank. Each flag pole has a red, white and blue ribbon at the top. Veteran Honor Flags may be requested by a member to honor a veteran relative or friend, living or deceased, for service to our country. The tag contains the name, rank, branch of service and may also state the war(s) in which they fought.
Recognized Flag Holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents’ Day, Last Naval Battle of the Revolutionary War Day, Revolutionary War Begins Day, Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day through Independence Day, Revolutionary War Ends Day, Labor Day, Patriot’s Day Remembering 9/11 Day, POW/MIA Recognition Day, Constitution Week, Columbus Day, Election Day, Veterans Day, and Pearl Harbor Day.
Outstanding Teacher of American History Contest
CJB 2020 candidate Gareth Reese
Thank you CJB Chapter members!
DAR Grave Marker Dedication Ceremony
for Virginia A. Perry Buckner
State Regent 1980-1982
Daytona Memorial Park
A special thanks to the following Daughters of the American Revolution: Florida State Regent
Kay Yarbrough, organizer of the Florida State Regent Grave Marker Project; Regent
Tammy Sandberg, Commodore John Barry Chapter; Regent Jacque Davis, Sallie Harrison Chapter;
Regent Dee Clark, Captain James Ormond Chapter; Regent Beth Stephenson, Sugarmill Chapter;
Regent Jane Sheldon, Amy Bell Chapter; Regent Michelle Abbey, Abigail Wright
Chamberlain Chapter and Regent Sharon Eller, Rufus Fairbanks Chapter.
Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall 2021
Wickham Park, Melbourne, FL
The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall is a 3/5 scale of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC. It stands six feet tall at the center and covers almost 300 feet from end to end
This Traveling Memorial stands as a reminder of the great sacrifices made during the Vietnam War. It was made for the purpose of helping heal and rekindle friendships and to allow people the opportunity to visit loved ones in their home town who otherwise may not be able to make the trip to Washington.