United Daughters of the Confederacy® Inc. - North Carolina Division

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Meeting: May 17, 2016


GUILFORD CHAPTER 301, UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, closed out the 2015 – 2016 program year with its annual May luncheon on Tuesday, May 17.
Joanne Sharpe


The meeting was opened by President, Joanne Sharpe leading the UDC Opening Ritual. Chaplain Elect Joanne Caldwell led attendees in pledges, salutes and songs.

Special guests, NC Division President, Pat Gasson and District IV Secretary, Tanya Hall were introduced along with members from UDC chapters from across the state.

Dr. Douglas Butler, a Road Scholar with the North Carolina Humanities Council, presented the program, After Appomattox: North Carolina Civil War Monuments. His talked was based on five years he spent traveling North Carolina photographing the state’s 109 post-war monuments and documenting their history.

3rd Vice President, Michele Miller presented Spring of 1866 the President’s Special History Project Vignette; and Pam Hanzaker, Recorder of Military Service Awards Elect, paid tribute to our active military and veterans.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Confederate Memorial Day Service: May 10, 2016


Leann & Alyvia
GUILFORD CHAPTER 301, UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY hosted its annual Confederate Memorial Day Service on Tuesday, May 10 at 6:30 PM.

The service, was led by President Joanne Sharpe, assisted by Chaplain Elect, Joanne Caldwell.
During the service, Lizzie Lindsay 776 CofC member Alyvia Gaiser was presented the Jefferson Davis Historical Silver Medal.  And past silver medal recipient, Leann Miller, was presented a follow-up certificate of merit.  The girls received honors based on outstanding work for researching, co-writing and performing two skits which were presented to Guilford 301 UDC at its December 2015 Chapter meeting.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Meeting: April 19, 2016


Michele Miller
GUILFORD CHAPTER 301, UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, organized in 1899, met Tuesday, April 19, 2016 to celebrate the chapter’s 117th anniversary and to conduct the annual memorial service.

President Joanne Sharpe presided and Recording Secretary Ann Nowlan served as hostess for the Annual Anniversary Tea.

Following introduction of guests and sharing of member concerns, 3rd Vice President, Michele Miller, presented the President’s Special History Project Vignette: The Other Davis Children. Mrs. Miller then presented the program, WINNIE DAVIS - Daughter of the Lost Cause based on book of the same title by Heath Hardage Lee.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Meeting: March 15, 2016


Guests and members of GUILFORD CHAPTER 301, UNITED DAUGHTERS OF
Debra Baisley & J. Keith Jones
THE CONFEDERACY met on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at White Stone: A Masonic and Eastern Star Community, with Vice President Susan Redmon presiding.

Vice President Redmon led the Ritual and Chaplain Pat Johnson led the prayer, as well as the Salute, Pledges and song. NC Division Honorary President Frances Register, 2014 - 2016 General Officer - COC Registrar General Michele Miller and guest Don Saunders, Past Commander Sons of Confederate Veterans were recognized.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Meeting: February 16, 2016


Carol Moore
UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, GUILFORD CHAPTER 301 held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 16 with President Joanne Sharpe presiding and Treasurer Linda Reid serving as hostess.

Member Carol Moore, author of Greensboro’s First Presbyterian Church Cemetery and Greensboro’s Confederate Soldiers, presented the program Guilford County and the Civil War.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Meeting: January 19, 2016


UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, GUILFORD CHAPTER 301 held their monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 19. Vice President Susan Redmon led the opening Ritual, assisted by Chaplain Pat Johnson. Members and guests including prospective members Carol Rich and Jackie Rieson were welcomed.

Third Vice President Michele Miller presented the President’s Message followed by the President’s Special History Project Vignette: January 23, 1865: What is happening on that day? by Historian Diane Davis.