Resolute Virginia Flaggers

"What's down in the dark will be brought to the light..."

Yankees, Carpetbaggers, and Scalawags beware! What you plot, plan, and carry out in secret to try and stop us... and your attempts to eradicate our history and the memory
of our honored ancestors... will be known and will fail. We will not be silenced. We will not go quietly into the night until the Confederate Battle Flags are flying once again on the portico of the Confederate Memorial Chapel on the grounds of Confederate Memorial Park in Richmond.

Our opponents never imagined that we would still be on the Boulevard 74 weeks after the first flagging, our numbers growing steadily and our resolve unchanged.

Perhaps they did not realize that the blood of our Confederate ancestors courses through our veins.


RETURN the flags!

RESTORE the honor!

Grayson Jennings
Virginia Flaggers

Friday, March 8th: Flagging the VMFA, 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 9th: Flagging the VMFA, 12-4
Monday, March 25th: Susan will be traveling to Alabama to speak to the March meeting of the Tallassee Armory Guards, Camp #1921, Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Sunday April 7th: 2:00 p.m. - Confederate Memorial Service, Richmond-Stonewall Jackson Chapter #1705, UDC, Riverview Cemetery in Richmond, VirginiaSunday, April 21st: 2:00 p.m. Byrd Theatre, Richmond: "Va Flaggers", a documentary by VCU Student/Film Maker Rob Walker will be shown at the theatre.
Saturday, April 27th: Susan will be traveling to Tampa, FL to represent the Va Flaggers and speak at the ceremony to raise the "World's Largest 3rd National Flag" by Gen. Jubal A. Early, Camp #556, SCV. http://www.tampascv.org/3rd%20national.htm
Tuesday, April 30th:Barry and Susan will travel to Bedford, Virginia to speak to the BEDFORD RIFLE GRAYS #1475, Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans.  Saturday, May 11th: 11:00 a.m. - Annual J.E.B. Stuart Memorial Service at the Yellow Tavern Monument in Glen Allen, VA, sponsored by the Richmond-Stonewall Jackson Chapter #1705, UDC.
Saturday, May 11th: 4:00 p.m. - Confederate Medal of Honor Memorial Service, Blanford Church on the grounds of Blanford Cemetery in Petersburg.


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