An Excellent Letter

Many thanks to this Virginia Citizen, who took the time yesterday to contact his legislators regarding the desecration of the Confederate Memorial Chapel in Richmond, by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts…

Dear Delegate Hodges and others,

As a Virginia citizen, and a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Headquarters Camp #584, and a proud descendant of more than 8 brave Virginians, who served this state as volunteers in the Confederate Army from Virginia, to defend Virginia from invasion by the Northern Federal Army, I officially request your assistance.

Please exercise and take whatever legislative action that is available to you, to require that the management of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, reverse their decision, and to have the Confederate flag be re-installed and flown at the Confederate Chapel in Richmond, Va. daily, as it has been for so many, many years, in respect to our Southern Countrymen at this designated Confederate heritage site.

POLITICAL CORRECTNESS HAS NO STANDING, this flag was flying long before such nonsense existed, and this issue should be corrected.

Will you assist me and many thousands more Virginia citizens, and others that I am not officially representing such as the members of the Virginia Flaggers and others, who are also desiring that this issue be hastily corrected.

Carlton D.
Urbanna, Va.


Have you written to your State Legislators? If not, why not take a few minutes and do so? If yes, why not write them again? Use this form to get contact information for your legislators and send a letter TODAY!

Thursday, October 3rd was a beautiful evening, and a dozen Flagger gathered on the sidewalk outside of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, spreading the line around  the block…

Saturday, October 5th saw 8 Flaggers on the Boulevard, with several new Flaggers making their first trip to forward the colors…


FLAGGING THE VMFA, SATURDAY,  October 12th, Noon – 4:00 p.m. Join the Va Flaggers as we forward the colors, protest the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and their forced removal of Confederate Battle Flags from the Confederate Memorial Chapel, and spend an afternoon changing hearts and minds in the Capital of the Confederacy.

RETURN the flags!
RESTORE the honor!

Grayson Jennings
Va Flaggers



Saturday, October 12th:  12:00 Noon – 4:00 p.m. – Flagging the VMFA, 200 N. Boulevard

Thursday, October 17th:  3:00 p.m. – Dusk – Flagging the VMFA, 200 N. Boulevard

Thursday, November 7th:  Susan will be speaking at the November meeting of the Jackson Rangers, Camp #1917, SCV, Jackson County NC.  The meeting is at 6:00 p.m., and is held at the Barker’s Creek Community Center.

Saturday, November 9th:  2:00 p.m. Flag rededication at the NC Museum of History, Raleigh, NC

Friday, January 18th – Saturday, January 19th:  Lee-Jackson State Holiday/Flagging/Memorial Events, Lexington, Va

Saturday, February 1st:  Susan will travel to Statesboro, GA to speak at the Lee-Jackson Banquet, held by the Ogeechee Rifles, Camp #941, SCV.  RJ’s Restaurant, 454 South Main St. (US 301 S.) @ 6 pm for the meal, preliminaries @ 7 pm and the program immediately following.  Seating limited to 125.  Ticket information forthcoming at a later date.

Saturday, February 22nd:  Susan will be speaking at the February meeting of the Rev. Beverly Tucker Lacy Camp #2141, SCV, Fredericksburg, VA.  4:00 p.m., Perkins Restaurant, 10 Simpson Rd.

April 19, 2014:  Susan will be traveling to Quincy, FL to speak at the Confederate Memorial Day Service at the Soldier’s Cemetery, sponsored by the Finley’s Brigade, SCV.

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Sandston VA 23150

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