President General Danielle Cain
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I have had the privilege of representing the Children of the Confederacy at several functions during the past few months.
In September I was honored to help serve at a luncheon for Korean Veterans. This is an event that is put on by my chapters sponsoring chapter, the Tellico Iron Works 2636 Tellico Plains, Tennessee.
I brought greetings from the CofC and let the veterans know that although they are part of a “forgotten war”, they are not forgotten and we want
them to know how much we appreciate the sacrifices they made.
Then in October, I brought greetings to the Tennessee Division at their Convention held in Alcoa/Knoxville, Tennessee. I, with the help of Tapanga Satterfield, CofC Tennessee Division VP, set up a table for donations to the President General’s project. The ladies of Tennessee gave
At the St. Jude Walk in November, held by my chapter and myself, had a poor response from the public. But, we did collect $100.00 towards the project goal. We plan on having a booth at a local shopping center in Tellico Plains and pass out literature on the CofC and also collect for St. Jude.
Due to a car problem on the way to the airport, I missed my flight to Tulsa and could not attend the Board Meeting of the CofC. I know the officers that were there represented the CofC General Board perfectly.
Please remember our project goals and support them. April, which is Confederate History Month is very soon. This would be a great time to get out there and let the public know what and who we are. Let them know we are here to honor our ancestors and to help those in need through our projects. Also, don’t forget to find a cemetery and make sure our Confederate Veterans are honored by making sure their final resting place is a place of honor.
Remember, we are “Fighting for the Cause on the Homefront”.
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PROJECTS AND GOALS
2013 - 2014
THEME: FIGHTING FOR THE CAUSE ON THE HOME FRONT
We need to be there for the ones in their time of need who have been there for us. As Southern children, we need to lead the way and set examples showing what a great organization we are.
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