Tuesday, October 26
Recruitment Booths at Harlem & Thomson Festivals
See photos in October Activities under Community
The camp unanimously voted that we would staff a recruitment booth at the Oliver Hardy Festival and the Camellia City Festival. Our presence at the Oliver Hardy Festival gleaned twelve prospective members. Thank you to those who helped in Harlem: David Butler, Lannie Hightower, Tom Holley, Mike Lacefield, Jimmy McDaniel, Durham and June Milburn, Patric Parker, Lewis and JoAnn Smith, and Gary Wilkes.
Please consider working at the Camellia City Festival in Thomson. Since we will not meet before this event, please contact me so I can confirm the schedule.
Tom Holley is bringing the tent, an 8’ table, an ancestry sign and four folding chairs. David Butler is bringing the banner, zip ties, and signup notebook. Mike Lacefield is bringing the flags. We need at least five members present during each shift.
1. Please pray for our most senior member, Durham Milburn and brother Phil Turner.
2. Camp 91 Shirts -- It has been suggested that we investigate a camp custom embroidered shirt with our logo and camp name on them. We would have to decide the type of shirt - long sleeve, short sleeve, dress shirt, golf shirt, etc. and also decide on the information. However, before that we would have to decide:
Important Dates in CSA History
Left to Right: David Butler and Mike Lacefield
At the September meeting Adjutant David Butler presented to Color Sergeant Mike Lacefield the Georgia SCV life membership certificate and pin. Mike has repeatedly demonstrated his commitment to both the Thomson Guards and the Georgia Division. Congratulations Mike and thanks for your untiring support.