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12th Annual Coffee Camp Tour & Heritage Dinner

Don’t miss the 12 Annual Coffee Camp Historical Tour and Heritage Dinner April 21, 2012 in Osceola , Missouri. This year’s keynote speaker will be Donnie Kennedy co-author of the best selling book ” The South was Right”.

Click on the link for details!

12th Annual Confederate Heritage Dinner rev.

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New Officers Elected for the Col. John T. Coffee Camp # 1934

The following are your new officers for the Colonel John T. Coffee Camp #1934:

Commander:

Jared Lawler

660-477-3449

1’st Lt. Commander:

Harold Simmons

417-637-2068

2cd Lt. Commander

George Eberhardt

Adjutant:

Willie Lawler

Past Commander/genealogist/ Newsletter Editor:

Gary Ayres

Press Officer/Webmaster:

Clint E. Lacy

573-208-5916

mobushwhacker@att.net

Chaplain:

Tim Mitchell

Chaplain:

Bob Phillips

Chaplain:

Larry Wheeler

Aid-de-Camp:

Garry Keene

Aid-de-Camp:

Mark Locke

Aid-de-Camp:

David Reif

Quarter Master:

B.J. Montgomery

Surgeon:

Dr. Dennis Hood, DVM

Congratulations to All! I bet we are the only camp in Missouri, perhaps nationally that has 3 Chaplains, 3 Aid-de-Camps, 3 Commanders, a Quartermaster and a Surgeon.  The Coffee Camp, is starting to look more like an army!- webmaster

Sauk River Monument Dedication

Missouri Brigade Monument, Osceola

Missouri Brigade Monument, Osceola

The recent dedication of the General JO Shelby monument in Waverly, Missouri has generated much publicity and discussion on internet websites and “blogs”.

With this in mind I thought it would be nice to travel back in time to Osceola, Missouri November 1, 2003 when members of the Colonel John T. Coffee Camp #1934 dedicated the Missouri Brigade Monument on a cold and misty day on a bluff that overlooks the confluence of the Sauk and Osage rivers.

Click on the link below to read an interesting speech written and given by Coffee Camp member D.S. Reif that just might change your outlook on Missouri and its relation to the Confederacy.

http://www.coffeecamp.net/sauk_river_camp_monument_dedicat.html

-Editor