Confederate History Month—30 Days of April
Please spread the good work to everyone about the upcoming 30 days of April.
There are only 25 days left before the beginning of Confederate History and Heritage Month in April. The Confederate History Month committee would like to hear about your plans relating to proclamation signings, Confederate Memorials and related events. Please send this information to me at: email@example.com and I will re-send to Co-Chairman Mike Crane for reposting at: http://www.ConfederateHeritagemonth.com for the Georgia Division and http://www.confederatehistorymonth.com for the Sons of Confederate Veterans National Organization.
You do not have to be a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans to get on board. By letting us know what you are doing; we can better promote your event by informing others about the event. People throughout the USA and the World hunger for the Real-True History of the Southern people’s quest for independence during the War Between the States, 1861-1865.
I am starting a list here with Six (6) events. Let’s make it a thousand by April! Please repost and add to the list. Let’s make Confederate History Month 2011 a grand month of Southern remembrance.
If you observe Confederate History Month in May or June, we also want to hear from you.
Calvin E. Johnson, Jr., Chairman of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Confederate History and Heritage Month Committee
Phone: 770 330 9792
Mike Crane: Co-Chairman
Members: John Black, Billy Bearden, Jeff Davis and Fred Wilhite
Confederate History Month proclamation and activities list.
1. Please join us on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 7:00 PM and stand with the Sons of Confederate Veterans as we receive a Confederate History Month proclamation from the Board of Commissioners of Cobb County, Georgia. Commissioner Helen Goreham will make the presentation in the meeting room of the Cobb County Commission on the 2nd floor of the Cobb Government Building at: 100 in Cherokee Street in Marietta, Georgia across the street from the Strand Theater and Park Square. You can reach me on my cell phone at: 770 330 9792 if you have trouble finding place. Free Parking at the Cobb government building.
2. Mayor Tommy Allegood, Mayor of Acworth, Georgia will present us a Confederate History Month proclamation on Thursday, March 17 at 7:00 PM during the meeting of the Board of Aldermen of City of Acworth at: 4415 Senator Russell Ave. Coming North downtown Acworth go past the red caboose by the RR tracks and at 2nd light turn left and you will go between buildings to the city hall right in front of you.
3. FOR IMMINEENT RELEASE: The 10th National Confederate Memorial Day Service will be held Saturday April 9, 2011 on the lawn in front of the World’s largest Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain Memorial Park. This service is to honor the Confederate Soldiers who served their country during the War Between the States. Re-enactors will fire rifle and cannon salutes in their honor.
The service will start at 12 noon, rain or shine. The public is invited. For additional information please contact David Denard at 770/441-1645 or David Floyd at 770/979-2637.
4. A Confederate History Month proclamation will be signed at the Cartersville Courthouse Commissioner Browns office on March 31st on a Thursday at 10:00 AM
5. The Cartersville Stiles/Akin Camp #670 Sons of Confederate Veterans will host their memorial service at Cassville Cemetery on April 16 Saturday @ 10:00 AM and the speaker will be Jerry Maddox of Dunwoody, Georgia.
Directions: I-75, exit 295, Cassville-White Road, located about 7 miles north of Cartersville off US Highway 41 to Cassville Road.
6. The Kingston History Museum/Kingston Women’s History Club will have their Memorial service on Sunday March 17th at the Kingston Cemetery
147th Kingston Confederate Memorial Day Service
April 17, 2011
Phone: Ann Jones 770-336-7053 or Linda Leachman 770-546-3116
2:30 p.m. Free admission. Kingston has honored their 250 unknown soldiers since April 23, 1865 in the oldest continuous service in America. The Kingston Woman’s History Club began and carries on the tradition which now honors all war veterans. Military salute by Carl Boyd Post 42 American Legion with grave decoration at Confederate Cemetery by area Boys Scouts and local children. Following the cemetery service, a Memorial Day Tea will be served by members of the Kingston Woman’s History Club at the Martha Mulinix Annex, Kingston Museum. All persons are welcome to attend.
Kingston Baptist Church, Main St., Kingston, GA
I-75 Exit 288, GA 113 south to US 41 north. Take Rome exit onto US 411 south. Go 5 miles to traffic light then right onto Hardin Bridge Rd. Turn left at end onto Main St.
The Cartersville, Georgia General P.M.B Young Chapter of the UDC will have their memorial service on April 29th at 2:00 PM at the Stiles Auditorium In downtown Cartersville on the corner of Cherokee Avenue and School Street.
The Confederate History Month committee is on Face book thanks to Co-Chairman Mike Crane and has had 800+plus visitors and 226 who “like” us during the first week. Sign up and be a fan of the Georgia Division Confederate Heritage Month page at:
Confederate History Month: 30 Days Of April
Confederate History Month—30 Days of April