Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Upcoming Events for Confederate Heritage Compatriots

The following are some of the upcoming Confederate heritage state and local events of interest:

Prof. David Bridges Book Signing at First White House of the Confederacy - Professor Bridges will speak on "What Makes an Alabama Hero Today versus During the Civil War (War Between the States)" and will tell about his book, "The Broken Circle" which is an historical novel about James Breathed, a Maryland doctor who chose to fight with the Confederate Army and was posthumously awarded the Confederate Medal of Honor in 2013; 4-6pm, January 16th, 2014, Montgomery AL

Montgomery SCV Semple Camp 2002 will host their annual Lee-Jackson Dinner at Dalraida Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Montgomery, January 17th, 2014; the Reverend Michael Howard of Trinity Presbyterian will be the guest speaker and a rib eye steak dinner will be the entree; contact Communications Officer Alan Parker at for reservations 

The First White House of the Confederacy will celebrate Robert E. Lee's birthday including a birthday cake on January 19th, 2014 at the First White House across from the state capital in Montgomery

The Sons of Confederate Veterans Alabama Division will celebrate Robert E. Lee's Birthday at the Confederate Monument on the State Capital grounds in Montgomery, 10am, January 25th, 2014; the program will include period color guard, music and guest speakers

The Stephen.Dill Lee Institute Lecture will be held February 7-8th, 2014 in Chattanooga, TN and will explore the advent of Total War which the Union Army brought to bear on the Confederate civilian populace during the War of Northern Aggression -

The Revelers of Millbrook will host their annual Mardi Gras Parade starting at noon on February 22nd, 2014 down Main Street in Millbrook and the Prattville Dragoons plan an entry

The SCV Alabama Division Executive Committee will hold their quarterly meeting again at Bucks Place in Prattville starting at 9am on March 1st, 2014.

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