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Disaster Response Team

June 29th, 2019|Member Area|

The Sons of Confederate Veterans Georgia Division Disaster Response Team was founded in September of 2017 after hurricane Irma passed through central Georgia, with a single goal in mind. Helping those in need! Natural and manmade disasters can happen in the blink of an eye, leaving communities in distress. The SCV Georgia Division Disaster Response Team, provides VOLUNTEER SERVICE to communities throughout the state, assisting victims to shelter, delivering supplies, and cleanup. From all directions in Georgia, Men of the SCV have traveled countless hours and Hundreds of miles to help their fellow neighbors. Most recently, our Response Team provided [...]

Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp Signs Senate Bill 77

June 25th, 2019|GA Division News|

That Strengthens Georgia's Monument Protection Laws. The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans is please to announce that on April 25th, Confederate Memorial Day, at 3:30 pm at Gordon Lee High School in Chickamauga, Ga. Governor Kemp signed in law Senate Bill 77 that strengthens Georgia's monument protection laws State code 50-3-1. This is a great day and victory for all Georgians who cherish the sacrifices of all our Nation's Veterans. The State of Georgia now has some of the toughest monument protection laws in the Country. These strengthen laws sends a strong message that vandalism, removal or defacement of any [...]

Historic Shiloh Methodist Cemetery

June 25th, 2019|Featured Story, Member News|

Historic Shiloh Methodist Cemetery in Byron, Georgia was established with the church in 1831. The church itself served the Houston and Peach County communities for over 100 years and was the place of worship for the area’s earliest inhabitants. Although the church was dismantled in the 1960’s, the history of the people resting within the cemetery boundaries is timeless. Over 7 acres in size, had it not been for the limitless service of Shiloh church member Mr. Reggie Holleman and a former police officer Ron Bohnstedt, Shiloh May have been completely forgotten and lost to time. The Lt. James T. [...]

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