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June 8, 2021
Camp 2254 100% Member Retention Award

Left, Texas Division Commander John McCammon , Center Medina County Greys Camp 2254 Commander Charles Thacker, Right ;Texas Division 6th Brigade Commander George Foulds. The Texas Divison Commander and the 6th Brigade Commander present Commander Thacker with the 100% member retention award from the The Texas Division at the June 8, 2021 camp meeting.

May 10, 2021
Hoods Texas Brigade Camp 153

Left Hodds Texas Brigade Camp 153 Commander Dustin Seiler Right Texas Division 6th Brigade Commander and Medina County Greys Camp 2254 member George Foulds . Commander Foulds is being presented with the first annual Texas Gold Star Award of Hoods Texas Brigade Camp 153 for his service and support of the camp

May 27, 2021
2021 Texas Division SCV Reunion in Waco

6TH Texas Brigade Commander George Foulds with Lt. Col. Allen West at the 2021 Texas Division SCV Reunion in Waco , Texas. Col West was the key note speaker at the Reunion.

May 27, 2021
6th Brigade Camps

6th Brigade camps working together to clean and mow the Confederate Cementery in San Antonio, Texas. Photo left to right, Cody Chrislip 1St Lt. Commander Alamo City Guards camp 1325, Hoods Texas Brigade Camp 153 Past Commander Mark Riser, 6th Brigade 1st Lt. Commander and Lone Star Greys Camp 1954 Commander John McCammon, Juan Ramirez 1st Lt. Commander Lone Star Greys Camp 1954, Christen Lee Commander Alamo City Guards Camp 1325. Taking the photo 6th Brigade 2nd Lt. Commander and member Medina County Greys Camp 2254 George Foulds.

April 24, 2021
Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153 - San Antonio, TX.

Members of the Confederate Cemetery Association, as well as SCV Hood's Texas Brigade Camp #153, Texas Lone Star Greys Camp #1953, TSOCR Alamo Rose Chapter #4 & the UDC Albert Sydney Johnston Chapter #2060 all came out, rolled up their sleeves and worked groundskeeping and minor landscaping the Confederate Cemetery of San Antonio, TX. The Confederate Cemetery of San Antonio is the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi and has over 900 graves including veterans from the Indian Wars, WWI, WWII, and their families.

March 11, 2021
Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153 - San Antonio, TX.

1-Mr. Marvin Schroder of the Former Texas Ranger's Foundation with Camp 1st Lt. Commander Raymond B. Reeves at our March 11th, Meeting. He presented his program on "Confederate-Texas Ranger: John "RIP" Ford"; which talked about "RIP"s life beyond being a CSA Colonel. (In the background, L: Camp Chaplain, Rev. Leon Steiner. R: Friend of the Camp and TSOCR Alamo Rose, Mrs. Phyllis Tausch.)

2-President, Ms. Robin Terrazas and Mrs. Rita Shimpf the local UDC Albert Sydney Johnston, Chapter 2060 together with Camp 1st Lt. Commander Raymond B. Reeves and Camp Commander Dustin W. Seiler. Robin and Rita presented their program "The Travis Park Confederate Cenotaph - and the women behind it." Commander Seiler also extended a formal open indentation to the UDC 2060 for them to attend any of Hood's Camp Meetings and Events.