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of Confederate Veterans, litigating to protect Southern and U.S.
history, were granted on October 24th an extension of the
Temporary Injunction against the City of Charlottesville, VA,
and its City Council, generally preventing disturbance or
alteration of the Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Monuments in the City of Charlottesville, VA. The
pronounced intentions and intended acts of the Charlottesville
City Council, in violation of Virginia's Veterans' Monuments and
Memorials Statute, have been enjoined through a Court of law.
of Confederate Veterans will continue efforts to ensure that the
history of our Great Republic, and the memorials dedicated to
Southern and Confederate Veterans are protected and given the
honors to which they are entitled and to which they well
of law and the honor of Confederate heroes has won the day.
lawless and the enemies of history, heritage, and truth are
currently prohibited from destroying the honor of true American
heroes and veterans.
Confederate Decoration Day
Longstreet Zollicoffer Camp 87 Sons of Confederate Veterans
hosted Confederate Decoration Day at Old GrayCemetery in
Knoxville on Saturday, June 3rd. Lt. Commander
Kenneth Stark introduced the speaker, Sevier County Attorney and
Judge Advocate-In-Chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans,
Scott D. Hall, who spoke on the “Origins of Decoration Day”.
D. Lee Institute Symposium 2017
across the country, members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
and the general public gathered in Knoxville March 3 - 4, 2017,
to hear authors and experts on topics which included the
Confederacy, world and U.S. history, and Constitutional Law.
87 (Knoxville, TN) served as host Camp for the Annual Stephen D.
Lee Institute Symposium. The programs included a Presentation
of the Flags of the Confederacy, which was executed by the SCV
Row: Commander Earl Smith, Richard Hatten, Scott Hall, Sgt. Sam
Forrester, G.W. Murphy.
Row: Wallace Ashe, Richard Scott, Adjutant, John Hitt, Lt. Ken
Stark, Qtr. Master Rod O'Barr, Lt. Kyle Steward, Sgt. Richard
ceremony, Commander in Chief Thomas V. Strain announced the
administrative dispatch from HQ and executed the promotion of
Sam Forrester and Richard Park to the rank of Sergeant.
Lee-Jackson Birthday Celebration 2017
Members of the Knox County Commission read the Proclamation from
Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, proclaiming January 21, 2017 as
Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson day in
Knox County, Tennessee, at the 24th Annual Lee-Jackson Dinner
held at The Foundry in Knoxville on Saturday, January 21, 2017.
Pictured L-R are Commissioner Carson Dailey, Commissioner Bob
Thomas, Republican State Executive Committeeman Ted Hatfield and
Commissioner Hugh Nystrom.
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