Memorial Service and Meeting

The Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569, Sons of Confederate Veterans will have a Memorial Service and a meeting on Saturday, July 15, 2017.

This is during the Beverly Days 2017 celebration, located in Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia. The Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569, Sons of Confederate Veterans will have a display and recruiting table in the Civil War reenactors area.

Beverly Days is an annual event that is free and enjoyable for the whole family. You can read more about Beverly Days 2017 at their website.

The Memorial Service will be held 11:00 am on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at the Mt Iser Confederate Cemetery located near Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia. All Compatriots, their families and friends are invited to attend. Compatriots should meet at the Mt Iser Cemetery. For those Compatriots not familiar with the location of the Mt Iser Cemetery, please meet us at the SCV recruiting table located in the Civil War reenactors area in Beverly, WV.

Later that evening, at 6:00 pm, the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569, Sons of Confederate Veterans will have a dinner meeting at the Steer Steakhouse located at 359 Beverly Pike, Elkins, Randolph County, West Virginia (located on the five lane, just south of the McDonalds). All Compatriots, their families and friends are invited.

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Independence Day – July 4th

Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence

As you, your families and friends celebrate the Fourth of July holiday weekend, take time to read the Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, which is commemorated by our Independence Day – Fourth of July – July Fourth federal holiday. And then remember our patriot ancestors who sacrificed so much to give us our great country – The United States of America. Continue reading “Independence Day – July 4th”

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Duty, Honor and Historical Negationism

The United States of America – our country is the greatest country on earth and we, as citizens of the U.S.A., should be proud of our great country and our heritage. Yet, there are certain citizens who denigrate our country and its heritage, who will utilize “Historical Negationism” in their efforts to remove any vestiges of our countries heritage that they don’t agree with, such as Confederate memorials, flags, etc.

What is Duty, Honor and Historical Negationism? Continue reading “Duty, Honor and Historical Negationism”

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Confederate Memorial Week, Hampshire County WV

CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL WEEK, HAMPSHIRE COUNTY WV
May 29, 2017 through June 4, 2017
Hampshire County, West Virginia

150th Anniversary of the first Confederate Memorial Installation in Hampshire County.

Memorial Services county-wide to honor the boys of blue and gray.

May29, 2017 – June 4, 2017 – Flags placed on Civil War graves in church and private cemeteries, county-wide. Continue reading “Confederate Memorial Week, Hampshire County WV”

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