From: Virginia Flagger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, Apr 4, 2014
Subject: Va Flaggers VMFA Update 4-3-2014
March went out like a LION, as we wrapped up a month of new and stepped up tactics in our ongoing battle against the VMFA and their forced removal of Confederate flags from the portico of the Confederate Memorial Chapel.
The highlight was a 6 hour flagging on Thursday, March 20th, that coincided with a Board of Trustees meeting at the VMFA a total of over 30 FLAGGERS gave of their time that day to make sure that every board member got a personal reminder of our presence.
With Flaggers surrounding the entire city block, we had a visible presence from every vantage point in the museum.
The weather was beautiful, and there were many opportunities to speak with residents and museum visitors, as well. During the afternoon, several bus loads of school children were loaded and unloaded, and traffic was heavy throughout the day.
We finished out the month with regular weekly flaggings, and are thrilled at the new faces and new supporters that join us each week, and the new pressure that is being applied with every passing day that we remain steadfast in our vigil.
Each and every flagging offers us new and almost always rewarding opportunities to educate citizens and change hearts and minds. The young VCU student on the left was very skeptical when he approached us, but after hearing why were out there, admitted that he agreed that our Cause was just! The young lady on the right has a blog and wants to return and interview us in more depth. What a GREAT day in Dixie! 🙂
After a MOST successful, multi-faceted assault in March, our efforts will continue without pause in April. While we will turn our attention toward the proper recognition of Confederate History and Heritage Month in RVA, we will continue or vigil on the Boulevard, with our next flagging scheduled for this SATURDAY, April 5th, Noon – 4:00 p.m.
JOIN US, and kick off Confederate History and Heritage month by standing for our Confederate Veterans, and speaking for those who no longer have a voice.
RETURN the flags!
RESTORE the honor!
P.O. Box 547
Sandston VA 23150
Saturday, April 5th: 3:00 p.m. – Dusk, Flagging the VMFA, 200 N.Boulevard
Saturday, April 12th: Susan and Karen will be traveling to Stone Mountain, Georgia to attend the Annual Confederate Day Memorial Service.
Monday, April 14th: Susan will be the guest speaker at the April meeting of the Lt. James T. Woodward Camp #1399, Warner Robins, Georgia. Sonny’s BBQ, 811 Russell Parkway, Warner Robins, GA. Supper at 6:00, meeting at 7:00.
Tuesday, April 15th: Susan will be speaking at the W. F. Jenkins Camp #690, Eatonton, Georgia. Location: Bledsoe-Greene House, located at 105 West Sumter St., Eatonton, Georgia. Dinner at 6:30, meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 16th: 66th Annual Shad Planking, Wakefield, VA. The Va Flaggers will once again have a booth at the Shad Planking. 2:00 p.m. – 6:30, Rain or Shine.
More information: www.shadplanking.com
Saturday, April 19th: 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.
Saturday, April 26th: Susan will be speaking at the Delaware Confederate Memorial Ceremony, Marvel Carriage Museum, 510 South Bedford Street, Georgetown, Delaware, Time: 11AM – 2PM
Saturday, May 10th: Confederate Memorial Day Service at Oakwood Cemetery. Keynote Speaker Wayne Jones. Procession through cemetery at 10:30 a.m., Service at 11:00 a.m. All are invited to join the procession and/or attend the Memorial Service. Details to follow.
Sunday, May 11th: 3:00 p.m., Yellow Tavern, J.E.B. Stuart Memorial Service, Richmond-Stonewall Jackson Chapter #1705 UDC.
Thursday, May 22nd: Susan will be traveling to Columbia, SC to speak at the March meeting of the Lt. Gen. Wade Hampton Camp #273, SCV, Columbia SC. Seawell’s Banquet Hall, 1125 Rosewood DR. Dinner at 6:00, Meeting at 7:00.
Sunday, May 25th: 2:00 p.m. Susan will be speaking at the Memorial Day Ceremony at Warrenton Cemetery, presented by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Black Horse Chapter No. 9, and the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Black Horse Camp #780
Saturday, June 28th: The Descendants of Point Lookout Annual Pilgrimage, 10:00 a.m. – Confederate Memorial Park, Point Lookout, MD. Guest Speakers: Rev. Fr. Alister Anderson and Susan Hathaway
More information here: www.plpow.com
Sunday, July 6th: 1:30 p.m., Headstone and Iron Cross Dedication Ceremony for Patrick Noah Newton, Nelson Baptist Church, 1837 Nelson Church Rd, Nelson, Virginia