SCV Camp #674, in Moultrie Georgia, put together an outstanding
educational review of the War Between the States from the Southern
It is available here.
Camp 1708 has provided this Educational DVD to:
Chandler-Gilbert Community College; Estrella Mountain Community College; GateWay Community College; Glendale Community College; Mesa Community College; Paradise Valley Community College; Phoenix Community College; Rio Salado Community College; Scottsdale Community College; and the South Mountain Community College all in Maricopa County Arizona.
The MCC Libraries are used by both the college students of each school, the local citizens where each of the ten campuses are located, and the inter-library loan system in Arizona.
Adjutant John Rogers, left, and Larry Hammack presented a program on 10/22/16 to the Dixie Chapter #1679 of the UDC. As a part of the presentation, a number of relics of the Civil War were explained and displayed. Thank you guys.
On Wednesday, 2 Dec. 2015, Larry Hammack provided a tour of Confederate and Union gravesites at the Tempe Double Butte Cemetery to members of Mrs. Johnson's class (above) at the Tempe Aspire Academy. Students selected grave stones to do rubbings of and will research them for individual reports to the class.
On the left, Compatriot Hammack supervising a rubbing of the grave stone of Sgt. Albert W. Austin from Texas. Larry serves the Camp as the Graves Registrar.
Grave stone rubbings help genealogists and others read deteriorated grave stone information.
On Tuesday, 20 October, Larry Hammack and John Rogers (left and right above) made a presentation to Ms. Vanessa Johnson 6th and 7th grade students at the Connolly Middle School. Some of the students are shown in the middle picture. Thanks, everyone, for helping tomorrows leaders have a better understanding of the Civil War.
On the right, Larry Hammack is shown presenting a Middle School program on the Civil War on Friday, 9/23/2011, at the Skyline Gila River D5 Middle School. The camp had a display of artifacts, and presented the program with re-enactors Larry and Carter Powers. Both of whom did a fine job and the program was well received by the kids.
Below left are shown some of the students attending the presentation. Below on the right is Carter Powers listening intently to a student's question.
A reporter from the Gila River Indian News (GRIN) also attended and took pictures for their newspaper. See below for newspaper article.
Camp 1708 presented a program on The War Between The States (Civil War) to approximately 150 third grade students at the Wildfire Elementary School in Paradise Valley. Camp Members Larry Hammack, Bookard Dooley, Ron Fox, and Commander Marc Fentress participated. On the left is Ron Fox in Yankee gear and Larry Hammack in the bottom left corner. Bookard Dooley is on the right.
On Sept. 15, 2011, Larry Hammack gave talk to 5th and 6th graders at the Edu-Prize School, Gilbert, AZ, on the War between the States in the Southwest. Students asked a lot of questions and the program was well received.