As a member of the Children of the Confederacy, you
have many responsibilities. The most important one
of which is meeting the objectives of the
organization. These objectives are educational,
memorial, benevolent, patriotic, and historical.
members meet these objectives through a variety
of approaches and one of these is PROJECTS.
Projects are determined at the beginning of each
CofC year at the General, Division, and Chapter
examples of the projects are: adopting Confederate
markers, remembering Real Daughters of the
Confederacy with cards and gifts, identifying and
marking Confederate graves, supporting
American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, collecting
canned goods for church pantries, collecting stuffed
animals and toys and donating them to local fire
stations for families displaced by fire, and much
The Lee's Traveller Chapter participates in monthly
The Chapter has been busy! Take a look at the
projects for the CofC year 2008-2009 so far...
April project is a
Memorial Service to be held at the Confederate
Powder Mill Marker in Spring Creek Park in
project is providing refreshments at the
Oran M. Roberts UDC monthly meeting held at
Clayton Library in Houston.
project is remembering our Real Daughters in
Texas with Valentine cards and a gift of $5
for each. The members will sign cards and
mail them to the Real Daughters living in
Texas. The members will remember Real
Daughters in other states as well with a
January project is
making Valentine cards for Operation Cup of
Love. Operation Cup of Love was founded by one
of our very own members, Miss Lauren Ewest.
Lauren and the rest of her family live in
Germany where her father is stationed in the
Army. Lauren distributes cups filled with hot
chocolate mix, sweets, and handwritten notes
to troops preparing to deploy and those who have
been injured. She distributes often and asked
for our help with handmade cards. The members
of Lee's Traveller will be making and mailing
these cards in January so Lauren will have them
in time for her Valentine distribution.