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Gen. Robert E. Lee
Birthday Celebration, 2009
When: January 24, 2009;
assemble at 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Where: Milledgeville, Georgia, The Old Capitol
What: Robert E. Lee Birthday; march (10:45 a.m.) and
program (11:00 a.m.)
Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans will celebrate the
birthday of Robert E. Lee in the Legislative Chamber of the Old
Capitol, Milledgeville, Georgia on January 24, 2009 at 11:00 a.m.
A march will commence promptly at 10:45 a.m. at the Old Governor s
Mansion and take a prominent course for approximately one-half
mile to the Old Capitol. Plan to arrive around 10:00 AM. The Mayor of Milledgeville will welcome
the group and there will be many speakers.
You are encouraged to attend in
period attire, which includes uniforms, and for the ladies, period
dresses (please do not utilize your mourning wardrobe for this
celebration). If you do not choose period attire, please dress
according to the occasion. We will be representing the memory of
our ancestors, and should attempt to emulate their examples. How
would your ancestors dress if they were going to Robert E. Lee s
birthday party at the Capitol?
If you wish to be part of the honor guard, please contact Dan
Coleman (email@example.com) and copy to Brigade Commander Kim
Beck (firstname.lastname@example.org). We would like to have as
many re-enactors present as possible.
This event is one of the most important expressions of our
dedication to our ancestors and the purpose of the SCV that we
have had the opportunity to support in some time. Your attendance
will be crucial in judging the success of this event, especially
by the media. With your support, we can make this a strong
statement of our commitment to our heritage. Will you answer the
call, as did your ancestors when they were needed?
Public parking is available at the Old Capitol off Wayne Street.
Hope to see you at the Old Capitol on January 24th
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