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For the South,
Kevin Stone, Commander
NC Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Reenacting is one of the fastest growing hobbies in The United States ... for a good reason. It is flat out cool and you can include the whole family. Not only is it a lot of fun, but participating in a reenactment will reinforce as sense of pride in our heritage, it's educational, and it is a great way to get out in the great outdoors.
Title: Ultimate Reenacting
A beginner should start by attending a nearby reenactment. You can get the feel of the atmosphere and then decide if you would like to make this a hobby. Once you decide to make reenacting a hobby, you should find a SCV Camp Meeting near where you live and ask about reenacting.
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Distinguished Camp Award
Congratulations to the Burke County Tigers, Camp 2162, Valdese NC, for winning The 2016 Lt.Col. Tazewell Lee Hargrove Distinguished Camp Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.
Best Newsletter Award
Congratulations to The Columbus County Volunteers, Camp 794, in Whiteville, North Carolina, for winning the 2016 Col. Leonidas LaFayette Polk Newsletter Award for the second year in a row. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.
Best Website Award
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