CONTACTS
 

Commander
Raymond Reeves

1st Lt. Commander
Matthew Dudley

2nd Lt. Commander
Yancey Swearingen

Adjutant
Rodney Seiler

Genealogist
Joyce Manuel

Judge Advocate
Tom Crane

Chaplain
Scott Woodard

Color Sergeant
Scott Davis

Web Master
Michael Climo


Comm. Officer
Russ Lane

Newsletter Editor
Scott Woodard

Meeting Information
Meetings are held at 7PM on the
first Thursday of each month

Fiesta Room, Luby's Cafeteria
911 N. Main at I 35, San Antonio, TX.

Come early to eat and
visit before the meeting
Newsletters
Oct 2018
Sept 2018
Aug 2018
July 2018
June 2018
May 2018
Apr 2018
Mar 2018
Feb 2018
Jan 2018
Dec 2017
Nov 2017

 
Upcoming Events

4 October
Camp Meeting
Ted Conerly, "Bell Boyd: Confederate Spy”

6 October
Come and Take It Celebration Parade
Gonzales, Texas

1 November
Camp Meeting
Richard Lee Montgomery, “Julia Ward Howe and The Battle Hymn of the Republic”

 

3 November
Lytle History Fair
Lytle Public Library

16 November
Lytle Middle School
WBTS presentation
(Compatriot Manuel and cannon!)

TBD November
Camp BBQ, Kenny Wright

6 December
Camp Meeting
Officer Elections/Business Meeting

12 January
Confederate Heroes Dinner
Speaker Jeff Addicott
Reservation Form

Attendees Please Print and Mail

 
Our Confederate
Family Connections
Revised 10/01/18
Mission Statement
Our mission is to honor our Confederate ancestors who fought to defend their homes and families during the great conflict that has become known as "The American Civil War, 1861-1865"; to remember their struggles and sacrifices; and to ensure that their memory and the cause for which they fought are never forgotten.

Membership is open to male descendants of Confederate veterans age 12 years and older; we have a Cadet Program for those young men below age 12. Friends of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and/or the Alamo City Guards Camp may be male or female of any age, with or without Confederate ancestors.

 

The Sons of Confederate Veterans is a non-profit 501(c)3 hereditary organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Confederate Veteran and his service in the War Between the States.
Donations will be used to support our community service activities, education programs and JROTC Leadership Awards.

Are we as committed to our
Cause as they were to theirs?