Honoring Compatriot Hal Marvin
HOMOSASSA, FL, May 16, 2017 – The Withlacoochee Chapter of the Florida Sons of the American Revolution paid a visit to the Homosassa Branch of the Citrus County Library System on Tuesday, May 16th to present the library with a history book in honor of their late member Harold “Hal” Marvin. During his tenure, Harold was a role model for the chapter, best known for the sincerity in his prayers, invocations, and counsel. The Sons of the American Revolution strive to educate others about the history of the United States by perpetuating the memory of those patriots who served in the American Revolutionary War. In keeping with this goal, the Sons of the American Revolution chose to donate a copy of The American Revolution: a Visual History to the public library, where it will be accessible for anyone to study. The organization selected the Smithsonian publication for its immersive imagery, which is aimed at enticing audiences of all ages to learn about the founding of our nation through pictures and manageable companion text.