General Jerome B. Robertson Camp 992

Notice of Monthly Meeting

Our camp's monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month.    We meet in the back room at the Sealand Steak and Seafood Restaurant at 2100 E. Hwy. 290 in Brenham.   The program and business meeting begin about 7:00 pm; if you wish to eat first, plan on arriving about 6:00.  We always welcome family and friends, so bring any guests you'd like.

Jim Denison, Adjutant                                                                                  General Jerome B. Robertson Camp 992                                                       Brenham, Texas

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 Upcoming Events

Flags Across Dixie

The spirit of the South is rising all across the South!  One of the means of achieving this goal is the “Flags Across Dixie” project sponsored by the SCV, though implemented at the local level. “Flags Across Dixie” seeks to place the battle flag on as many locations on main roads across the South as possible. 

The flags are being placed on small tracts of private property, purchased or donated by SCV members or supporters. The flags already fly on interstates in Florida and Alabama, and more are planned in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, and, of course, Texas. The largest one to date flies over the intersection of I-75 and I-4 outside of Tampa, Florida. “Large” as a description of the Tampa flag just doesn’t do justice to a flag that is 30 feet high, 50 feet long and flies on a 139- foot flagpole!

In Texas, our division is sponsoring its own project in Orange on I-10 (near the Texas - Louisiana border). This project will be a Confederate memorial that flies all the flags of the Confederacy. In addition, the Waco camp has a flag flying on Hwy. 77 and another planned for second location.

Flying the battle flag in honor of Confederate soldiers who fought to project their rights under the Constitution and their homes from invasion serves the purpose of telling the rest of the United States that the South is “mad as hell and won’t take anymore” of the currently fashionable version of our history that the War was only fought over slavery. It also serves to awaken a slumbering sense of pride in the Southern people, many of whom have despaired of anyone or any organization standing against politically correct, but factually wrong history!

 

                                  Jerry Nelson, Commander

                       General Jerome B. Robertson Camp 992

 

 

 

 

UPDATE:  6 March 2012

Our camp's signboards on Hwy. 290 near Chappell Hill have been sold.  The sales price was $20,000, payable to the Texas Division, SCV.  Title was transferred to the First Baptist Church of Chappell Hill, Texas.  The property on which these signboards had been erected was donated by Compatriot Donnie Roberts of Washington-on-the-Brazos.  Even though the signboards have been removed the images have been transferred to bumper stickers which are available from our adjutant  for $2 each.

 

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Times and Place

Please come and join us as we work to preserve our great Confederate history. We meet on the 1st Tuesday of each month at Sealand Seafood & Steak Restaurant at 2100 Highway 290 East, Brenham, Texas. Meetings start about 7 PM. If you would like to eat dinner please plan on arriving by at least 6:00 PM. We always welcome family and friends, so bring any guests you'd like. For further info you may contact us through this site or email jimden77080@yahoo.com.