Reported by James Henderson
Brothers came in for a ride thru Shiloh Park in the last a few weeks ago
Stone Mountain Event:
Forwarded by James King---SCV Camp 141 Commander Albany Georgia
Today over 100 Sons of Confederate Veterans Mechanized Calvary rode to the
park and had a prayer at Memorial Hall then sang Dixie.
Posted by Corey B Harrelson Sr.
Myself alone with Troop 3 want to give a big THANKS to all the men and women that
worked their butts off to help put this weekend event together at Stone Mountain.
Posted by Corey Thompson
Man this was a trip of a lifetime that I will never forget. From Getting to ride down with my brother, camping with
are 13th platoon guys. Getting to ride to the monument with, Brothers from all over the country that I dont get to
see very often. To be honest with my Illness getting worse by the day I didn't know if I was gonna be able to make the
trip and just pulled In the house a few minutes ago after 2000 miles this weekend,… ,
I'm probably gonna be down for a while but it was worth every second and every mile.
To ALL MY Brothers!
Thank You for making this young man (aka Dreamer's) weekend. He had a BLAST, and felt the Brotherhood.
To all his Uncles/Big Brothers...from LD, Chuck, Larry, and Sisters...and MOST Especially to the SC Lowcountry Crew
(for letting us roll with y'all)--->Much
Respect and Love! #MCFFMC
Side note to my son Brayden Hall---he is a member of Fayetteville
Aresenal #168. As am I (Thomas C. Hall)...I joined when I was twelve.
My Uncle, and Brayden's Great-Uncle Thomas J. Hall, who is currently alive (88) was a Founding Member of
Fayetteville Arsenal on January 14, 1987. 3 Generations at Fayetteville Arsenal.
And I'm a Member of 2nd Batt., Company B, 2nd Platoon, 2nd Squad-Mechanized Cavalry
Reported by Joseph Pizzini (Capt. Rocco)
Capt. Rocco and Governor Lucky from the Copperheads loading up the trailer for Stone Mountain
Capt. Rocco, Gentry from 2-B, and his boy at the host hotel in Georgia
Typical Rocco selfie during the Stone Mountain pre ride meeting
Capt. Rocco and Wildman from Alabama
Gov. Lucky and Capt Rocco at Stone Mountain
Capt. Rocco and Tim from Alabama
A good shot of some of the boys after getting into Stone Mountain
Capt Rocco and Buffalo Steve
Capt. Rocco and Gentry’s boy
A nice shot of Stone Mountain
Another typical Capt. Rocco selfie
From left to right: Gov. Lucky, Bull, Bad Ronnie, and Capt. Rocco
Maryland, North Carolina, and South Carolina hanging out at the host hotel
Squirrel and Swammi from Virginia riding with Gov.Lucky on the way home from Stone Mountain
Squirrel, Bull, and Gov. Lucky singing Turn The Page at a gas station in Georgia
Capt. Rocco and Duste at Stone Mountain
Squirrel, Swammi, and Gov. Lucky on their last pit stop just off 81 in VA