On September 12, 18 members of the Gen. Wm. H. Lytle, Camp #10 met at Scarlet Oaks. The patriotic instruction that was provided by Brother Kerry Langdon was well received. The topics included for this month’s patriotic instruction included Constitution Day, Patriot Day, and National POW/MIA Recognition Day.
We also welcomed a new member to the Camp this evening, Michael Bruno.
Michael, congratulations and welcome to the Camp!!
Photos by Todd Mayer
Upcoming Events in September
- 23rd – Saturday Patriot Fair Mason Municipal Center, Mason Ohio
- 24th – Sunday 2pm Gen. Wm. H. Lytle Memorial Ceremony Spring Grove Cemetery
We hope to see you at the next Camp Meeting on October 10th, 7pm at Scarlet Oaks
Brother Jim Cobb presented the 2017 Son of Union Veterans of the Civil War Junior ROTC Award to Cadet Lieutenant Shelly Danielle Turner at Scarlet Oaks Career Campus on May 3. Cadet Turner is the second ranking member of the Navy JNROTC unit at Scarlet Oaks. She plans to enter the Marines upon graduation.
The annual RoeblingFest took place on Sat. Jun 17 at Covington, KY. The Camp had a table with recruiting material and was there to answer questions about the Sons, the Civil War, and Civil War ancestry.
(From left to right) JVC Tom Reckner, 6th OH Member Tim Pieper, PCC Woody Cook, DSVC Kerry Langdon, and PDC Jim Houston.
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2017, The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), the 6TH Ohio Volunteer Infantry and the Sister Anthony O’Connell Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (ASUVCW), presented their annual Memorial Day commemoration service in the Civil War section at the beautiful, historic Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati. This year’s special guest speaker was Colonel Benjamin Bigelow, Deputy Division Commander, Great Lakes and Ohio River Division.
As people across the country enjoyed picnics, visited beaches and spent time with family, the SUVCW, 6th OVI, and ASUVCW enjoyed the opportunity to remind Americans that there is a far more significant meaning to Memorial Day that should not be forgotten. Memorial Day is a time to publicly show our respect for those who have lost their lives in defense of our country and to keep alive the memory of their sacrifices. Each year on Memorial Day weekend, Spring Grove Cemetery pays tribute to all interred veterans with 5 days of activities. Our program drew well over 300 people along with TV coverage.
Come join us next year on Memorial Day!
-Dennis M. Brown, Past Camp Commander
Find us on the web at www.suvcw.org, www.asuvcw.org and http://6ovi.homestead.com/
On April 29th, Brother Woody Cook presented the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War JROTC Medal to Cadet Michael Venturini.
Congratulations Cadet Venturini.