Gainesville Volunteers Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 373 Picayune, Pearl River County, Mississippi
Members of the Gainesville Vols with the Historical Marker honoring the original Gainesville Volunteers, Co. G, 3rd Mississippi Infantry, which we installed at the Hancock County Welcome Center on I-10, ca. 2005. L-R: Comdr. L.E. Goutierez, Tom Wolfe, Comdr. John Fornea, Comdr. Russ Foster, Tony Parker, Frank Egger, Dr. Kraig Stasney, and Frank Spiess.
MONTHLY MEETINGS: We have returned to our longtime meeting place once again! We meet at 7 PM, the 2nd Thursday of every month at the Pearl River County Senior Center, E.L. Patch Parkway, Picayune, just off the Frontage Road that runs south of the WalMart SuperCenter. We try to have an educational program every month. Our meetings are open to the public. Families, guests, and potential members are welcome. Full membership is available to gentlemen with Confederate ancestry/relations, but ladies and other gentlemen without Confederate antecedents are welcome to join us as Associate Members, so long as they share our pride in our Southern and Confederate "Heritage of Honor."
OFFICERS: Commander Russell Foster 1st Lt. Comdr. Alan Spence 2nd Lt. Comdr. Tom Wolfe Treasurer Daryl Ladner Judge Advocate Charlie Schmitz Chief of Ordnance Daryl Ladner Color Sergeant Alan Spence Chaplain Frank Egger Sergeant-at-Arms Kyle Brady Adjutant/Rebmaster/Communications Officer/Mascot Jim Huffman For more information, please contact:
Jim Huffman, Adjutant, email@example.com or 601.798.8208
Several Camps helped us in the Memorial Service at Pleasant Home Cemetery, near Baxterville. (Photo by Compatriot Daryl Ladner, who contributed most of the photos on this website! Thanks, Daryl!)
Former Vols Commander L.E. Goutierez -- patriot, blacksmith, artillerist, and Southern gentleman!