Chaplains’ Corps. Chronicles  &   Georgia Confederate Newsletter October, 2020  

Chaplains' Corps. Chronicles  &   Georgia Confederate Newsletter October, 2020     Gentlemen, See the below link to the October's issue of the Chaplain Chronicles distributed by Division Chaplain Rev. Dr. James L. Cavanah II for your use. Also below is the September / October Issue of the  on-line Georgia Confederate Newsletter. Please distribute to your Camp members if you [...]

Motion to Intervene in Gwinnett County lawsuit to remove the Confederate Monument.

The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans files a Motion to Intervene in Gwinnett County lawsuit to remove the Confederate Monument. The Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans filed a Motion to Intervene as Party Defendant in Lawsuit originally filed by Brian Whiteside, Solicitor for Gwinnett claiming the Gwinnett County Confederate Monument was a Public Nuisance. Solicitor Whiteside makes the [...]

NEWTON COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT ISSUES A STAY ORDER TO NOT REMOVE THE NEWTON COUNTY CONFEDERATE MONUMENT

Newton County Superior Court Judge John Ott issued a Stay Order that absolutely forbids Newton County Commissioners from removing the Newton County Confederate Monument until the appropriate Court had rendered a final decision. Currently the Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans have filed an appeal of the case with the Georgia Court of Appeals and, should it prove necessary, will [...]

JEFFERSON DAVIS REDEDICATION

JEFFERSON DAVIS REDEDICATION SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 2020 AT 2 PM – 4 PM The National Confederate Museum at Historic Elm Springs 740 Mooresville Pike, Columbia, TN 38401 This event is for the "Rededication of the Historic statue of President Jefferson Davis," rescued from Memphis, TN. There will also be a soft opening of the National Confederate Museum that day as well. [...]

Write the Stone Mountain Memorial Association

    Call to Action! Write the Stone Mountain Memorial Association to Stop the Changes Proposed by the NAACP Compatriots: On Monday, September 14, I, along with several other compatriots, attended a meeting of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association (SMMA). The SMMA is the authority charged with the maintenance and preservation of the Memorial carving and the Park. As you [...]

MEMBERSHIP DUES DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 31th

Gentlemen, See below General Order Announcement from SCV National extended SCV National membership dues to October 31, 2020. Being the Georgia Division follows SCV National's guide lines Division membership dues deadline will be extended to October 31th as well with no late fees. Please take this opportunity to get your annual membership dues to your Camp Adjutant. These are trying [...]

THE GEORGIA DIVISION OF THE SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS CALLS FOR A BOYCOTT AGAINST THE CRANE COMPANIES THAT REMOVED GEORGIA’S VETERANS’ MONUMENTS

Effective immediately the Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans is implementing a BOYCOTT on the following crane companies for the shameful removal of Veterans' Monuments honoring Georgia's Veterans from DeKalb, Rockdale, Henry, and Athens-Clarke counties. SUPERIOR RIGGING & ERECTING COMPANY (Removal of the DeKalb & Athens/Clarke counties Monuments) Click Here for Superior Rigging Facebook Page Click Here for Superior Rigging [...]

Rally shows support for Augusta Confederate monument

Dozens surrounded the Confederate Monument in downtown Augusta on Sunday as they called for its protection. Over 50 supporters of the monument waived Confederate flags, sang “Dixie” and spoke out about the need to keep the monument where it stands. Organizer Bert Brown said that for him, it’s about not letting people gloss over history. “I just see all of [...]

Removing Confederate Memorials from National Parks

General Order – 2 August 10, 2020 Removing Confederate Memorials from National Parks Gentlemen, I am sure you are aware that the U. S. House of Representatives has passed H.R. 7608, (proposed 2020 Appropriation of Department of the Interior) which will destroy all Confederate memorials in the National Park Service. At this time, H. R. 7608, the most recent and [...]

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