Reported by Lieutenant Brian "Vex" McClure / Executive Officer & Communications
NEW TROOPERS OUTLAW & HILL
Troopers Curtis Outlaw & Billy Hill were sworn into the Louisiana SCV Mechanized Cavalry by Captain Bobby White at the
Sgt. James W. Nicholson Camp #1478 monthly meeting.
Congratulations to both men for stepping up to defend our History & Heritage. Deo Vindice!
NEW TROOPER YELEY
LA SCVMC Trooper & Sabine Rifles Camp #2057 Camp Commander Sylvester Martinez swore in new SCVMC
member #3549, Mr. Ellis Henry Yeley (pictured
left), at their camp's monthly meeting.
A GREAT CAUSE...
The LA SCVMC would like to recognize Dale Bennett & Arthur Bennett Jr. for all their hard work organizing this event and
the Louisiana SCV Mechanized Cavalry troopers as well as Order of the Confederate Rose members that helped in this great cause!
The Richard Murphy Hospice Foundation was established to create a funding mechanism for families of the terminally ill who wanted hospice care,
but did not have the insurance or funds for hospice care.
KEATON MEMORIAL LAST RIDE
SEPT. 8, 2019
The LA SCV & LA SCV Mechanized Cavalry were asked by the Keaton Family to attend the Last Ride for Anthony Keaton,
president of Rebel Riders Riding Club
of Washington Parish, LA.
His motorcycle was placed on a tow truck and his ashes were strapped to the seat as the LA SCVMC left the church in Bougalusa, LA.,
riding through the town to Ponemah Cemetery where his ashes were put into the ground next to his mother.
Each member of the Rebel Riders RC took turns digging the hole where his ashes were placed and were covered by family & friends.
They asked Robert Stringfield of the LA SCVMC to say a prayer. Afterwards, every one that rode a bike was asked to start their
motorcycles and rev their engines one last
time for Anthony Keaton.
In attendance were Sons of Confederate Veterans Washington Rifles Camp #2211 & Louisiana SCV Mechanized Cavalry members Kenneth Davis,
Dale Bennett, Arthur Ray Bennett,
Albert Perrilloux, Shane Alvarez & Robert Stringfield.
RC and MC in attendance:
Rebel Riders RC
LA Rider MC - Washington Parish
Pistoleros MC - Mississippi
Arawyns MC - Washington Parish
New Orleans Gentlemen RC
The LA SCVMC Rode behind the RC, the MC & the New Orleans Gentlemen.
The Sheriff’s Department did the escort and blocking traffic for the Keaton Memorial Last Ride.
GEN. SCOTT'S GRAVE RESTORATION
The Lt. J.Y. Sanders Camp #2092 and troopers of the Louisiana SCV Mechanized Cavalry put down two truck loads of sand
for General Thomas Moore Scott of the 12th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. This is part of an ongoing restoration project to bring
honor back to General Scott's grave site located at Greenwood Cemetery in New Orleans.
CRYER & MARTINEZ RECEIVE NATIONAL SCV AWARDS
LA SCVMC troopers, Russell Camp Commander James Cryer & Sabine Rifles Camp Commander Syl Martinez, were presented the
Sons of Confederate Veterans National Distinguished Service Medal by NW Brigade Commander & LA SCVMC Captain Bobby White
at the 1st Annual SCV Picnic Meet & Greet at Longleaf Vista Recreation Area.
1ST ANNUAL LA DIV PICNIC MEET & GREET
The 1st Annual SCV Picnic Meet & Greet held at Longleaf Vista Park hosted by the Col. Samuel D. Russell Camp #1617.
A great event & a great time had by all. SCV members and their families attended from all across the state of Louisiana.
MARTHAVILLE GOOD OLE DAYS PARADE
SEPT 21, 2019
The SCV Col. Samuel D Russell Camp 1617 hosted the SCV Procession in the Marthaville Good Ole Days Parade in Marthaville, Louisiana.
The SCV Procession was led by SCV Commander in Chief Paul Gramling and made up of members of the SCV, SCVMC, UDC, OCR and other
Southern Heritage supporters. Reenactors marched and fired salutes for the crowd. It was a great parade with warm & friendly parade spectators!
McRAVEN HOUSE LIVING HISTORY & SCV
SEPT 19, 2019
The Louisiana & Mississippi Divisions came together as the Department of Mississippi & East Louisiana at the McRaven House
Living History & SCV Recruitment Event in Vicksburg, MS. Members of the SCV, SCVMC, UDC, OCR as well reenactors participated
in the event to help promote our Southern Heritage & History.
BROWN PRESENTED NATIONAL SCV AWARD
Sgt. James W. Nicholson Camp member & LA SCVMC 2nd Platoon Sgt. Donnie Brown (left) was presented the National
SCV Meritorious Medal by Northeast Brigade Commander & LA SCVMC Lieutenant Brian McClure at the September 2019 Nicholson Camp monthly meeting.
Donnie Brown has been instrumental in recruiting new members and promoting the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Reported by Joseph Pizzini (Captain Rocco)
Posse meeting — Capt Rocco , Prospect Tony, Corporal Pudd and Sgt Hightest
Lt Brick just swore in Havco and Voodoo
Capt Rocco and Lt Brick
Sgt Hightest and the boys
Stray Fox earning his bottom Rocker with Sgt Polecat
The boys at Ocean City bike week
Rooster and Corporal Taz partying at Ocean city bike week