Fraunces Tavern Museum :: George Washington Birthday Ball

    February 16, 2018 all-day
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    1 E 60th St
    New York, NY 10022

    Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York, Inc. invites you to attend the George Washington Birthday Ball

    In honor of George Washington

    and to benefit Fraunces Tavern® Museum

    Friday, February 16, 2018

    Reception – 7:00 pm // Dinner – 8:00 pm
    The Metropolitan Club
    1 East 60th Street at Fifth Avenue, New York City

    Black or white tie // Orders and Decorations

    Honored Scholar and Special Guest Speaker
    Dr. Robert McDonald of the United States Military Academy

    Master of Ceremonies

    George C. Whipple III

    ~ RSVP by February 7, 2018 ~

    2018 Benefit Committee

    Peter C. Hein and Anne Farley
    Lorraine Bell
    Ambassador John L. Loeb, Jr.
    Robert N. McKay, Esq.
    The Elizabeth and Stanley D. Scott Foundation

    Daniel LeVert Coleman
    Michael P. Coneys
    Dr. Luis J. Fujimoto
    Budd Hallberg and Susan L. Jess
    Adam Paige Hess
    Charles M. Hug
    Raymond J. Manning
    Christopher M. Norfleet
    Stephen M. Noonan
    Dr. Diane C. and David W. Norgard
    Lisa and Matthew C. Norgard
    Wesley M. Oler IV
    David B. Rich III
    Josie  and Ambrose M. Richardson III
    Thomas P. Rogers
    Andrew Wright Russell
    P. Layton Sanders, Jr.
    James J. Shannon, Jr., Esq.
    Dr. Laurence Simpson
    Melissa Zack and Terrence Smart

    Since 1877, Sons of the Revolution℠ in the State of New York, Inc. has been hosting the George Washington Birthday Ball in honor of George Washington. This celebration is also a fundraiser for Fraunces Tavern Museum, one of our country’s oldest and most important historical sites. Fraunces Tavern was a meeting place for the Sons of Liberty. It was on December 4, 1783 in the Tavern’s Long Room where George Washington bid farewell to his officers after the British evacuated New York City. In 1785, the Tavern was leased by the government to house the Department of Foreign Affairs and, in 1787, the Departments of Treasury and War as well.