Nat President: Present an educational program at a C.A.R. meeting explaining why Saratoga was the turning point in the American Revolution.
National 1st Vice President: Research military figures at the Battle of Saratoga, then submit a drawing of one person and a brief biography of his or her life and role in the battle.
Nat 2nd Vice President: Attend a state or regional conference, then write a report about what you did at the meeting.
Nat Chaplain: Write a prayer that the founding fathers might have written, then recite the prayer at a C.A.R. meeting.
Nat Rec Sec: Learn about the proper way to take minutes at a meeting, then write a report or explain the procedure at a C.A.R. meeting.
Nat Org Sec: Make a Constitution display celebrating the 225th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, then give a brief presentation at a C.A.R. meeting.
Nat Ass Org Sec: Write a postcard to a C.A.R. member at large, inviting the person to a C.A.R. meeting.
Nat Cor Sec: Learn about how the British used "mask letters", then compose your own mask letter.
Treasurer: Make a donation to the operating fund or help someone become a national promoter.
Nat Reg: Write a report about your patriot ancestor, then submit the article to the newsletter.
Nat Ass. Reg: Create a skit promoting life membership.
Nat Hist: Create a society scrapbook page with pictures from society events.
Nat Librarian: Find pictures and symbols related to the Battle of Saratoga, and present them at a C.A.R. meeting.
Nat. Curator: Go to a local museum and see a collection or exhibit, then write or draw about your favorite part of the visit.
Am Heritage: Draw, paint, or color your own version of a Revolutionary War historical painting.
Am History: Perform a skit that reenacts the events leading to the "Star Spangled Banner" as if you were Francis Scott Key.
Am Indian: Research native American tribes in Oregon and draw a diagram of where each tribe is located.
Archives: Collect items for a time capsule, then determine where the time capsule will be stored and for how long.
C.A.R./SAR/DAR/SR Relations: Present a program at a local DAR/SAR/S.R. meeting, or invite a member of DAR/SAR/S.R. to present at a C.A.R. meeting.
Print out a copy of the O.S.S.C.A.R. newsletter and complete the peewee page.
Magazine Editor: write a short article about a local society program and submit it to the state newsletter or national magazine.
Conservation: Create a collage using pictures of endangered species that live in the Pacific Northwest.
Endowment Fund: Decorate a cookie or cupcake like the endowment fund and submit a photo to the newsletter.
Gov Studies: Visit your town's city hall or the capital building in Salem, and write or draw about.
Information Technology: Visit the O.S.S.C.A.R. webpage, then record the state theme and draw a picture of the state pin.
Kid's Helping Kids: Donate to a Thanksgiving food drive or clothes drive at benefits local kids
Magazine Fund: Read an issue of the C.A.R. magazine, then create your own cover design for the magazine.
Membership: Participate in a parade with the C.A.R..
Mountain Schools: Research a mountain school, then write a brief report about the school's history.
Nat Merit Award:
Research the battle of Saratoga to complete the national president's program.
Patriotic Ed Program: Draw a portrait and create a biography about a military leader at the battle of Saratoga.
Public Relations: Create a flyer to advertise a local or state C.A.R. event, then post the flyer in a public place.
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier: Hold a program to educate others about the proper care and respect for the American flag.
Veterans: Interview a veteran in your community for find out what they have done to serve our country.
Bonus: Submit a picture of yourself wearing a C.A.R. shirt in an unusual or historic place.