DIXIEGUARDS.ORG Featuring the history and news of Camp #1942 Sons of Confederate Veterans for Metter and Candler County P.O. Box 761 Metter, Ga. 30439 "As Long As Courage is Considered a Virtue We Will Defend the Confederate Soldier's Good Name" Since 27 March 2001 Since 1 Jan 2004 6,585 Previous visits from 27 March 2001 to 31 Dec 2003 Membership has been growing rapidly. 94 new SCV members have joined the camp since 15 March 2001. The SCV does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion or national origin. All interested persons are welcome. Genealogical assistance is available. Click for more about us. Commander Randy Crooms (M) sharing a laugh with Commander George Church (L) and WTOC's Sonny Dixon (R) at our Charter Banquet. This page was last updated on: November 15, 2019 Dixie Guards Camp Officers 2008 Past Commander Randy Crooms Commander Jason West 1st Lt. Commander Hu Daughtry Chaplain Rhett Kelly Past Chaplain Grady Franklin Color Sgt. Harvey Lively Quartermaster Marcus Coursey Historian Ted E. Lewis Past Historian Richard Crotwell 2nd Lt. Commander Jay Clifton Adjutant General Hu Daughtry News and History Articles! Confederate History Month Profiles of: Our Most Popular Pages: By Cemetery and Regiment of service Dixie Guards Named "Best Float Entry" The "Dixie Guards" Camp #1942 was named a Georgia Division Superior Camp for 2002 Histories & Soldier Profiles Many of Metter's Founders Were CSA Veterans Candler County's Namesake and CSA Colonel 61st Co.D Sgt. Joshua Ellis -Metter Postmaster--LINK DOWN- WILL REPAIR (Metter's First Acting Mayor) 2003 Blue Springs Memorial Service Pictures By Ted E. Lewis " A Soldier's Prayer" This website welcomes photos and articles for posting. Please email me with contributions. We particularly like to see new information on soldiers from this area. See the cemetery listing or our honor roll for names. Thanks to: Bobby Tanner Alibi Fan Club PO Box 812, Waycross, Ga. 31502 Great Music! Should be on the radio! Celtic-Scottish-Southern Bluegrass-Country-Gospel NEW BOOK by Gordon A. (Tony) Thompson This book exposes the Revisionist history movement and its popular guru, James Loewen. Could be titled, "Where Loewen Went Wrong." If you have children in grade school or college, this is a must-read. Written by Dixie Guards adjutant and webmaster, based on his 13 years of classroom experience and 2 years of research into the topic. Rare- Hard to Find Books- Classic Works of Genealogy- Book Finding Service Click on Gen. Lee for more Reunion 07 Info Above: Singing at 08 Memorial Service Hosted by Metter Above: youngsters singing along with UnReconstructed Band at 07 ball in Metter.