Welcome to the South Carolina Division,
United Daughters of the Confederacy

A message from the South Carolina Division President,
Ann P. Shugart

The solstice heralds the beginning of summer! The days are longer, the nights are shorter, temperatures rise and lazy days ensue. Summer is the season to relax and enjoy outdoor activities.

All six district meetings have been held and were well attended. It is with appreciation that I heard reports of how South Carolina Daughters are striving to meet the objectives of the UDC.

During the month of May, Confederate Memorial Day Services were held in cities throughout our state. I hope all South Carolina daughters attended one service. Let us always remember our Confederate ancestors with affection, reverence and undying remembrance.

The Children of the Confederacy had a productive Division convention in Augusta and North Augusta. These children are our future. We are in good hands with these children.

May is the last month most Chapters meet before the beginning of the new UDC year in September. Now is the time to start working on year-end reports. Check the SC Division website for reporting forms and due dates. A list of committee chairman with email addresses will be published in our June 2015 newsletter. Let's make certain we capture all our Chapter activities. Remember, a "No Report" counts as a Chapter report!

Our South Carolina Division Convention will be held October 1-3, 2015, at the Marriott Hotel, 1200 Hampton Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201. Cherokee District members are working very hard this summer to make certain this will be a wonderful convention. The convention call will be posted on our SC Division website. Remember to get your delegates and alternates elected. Please save the dates and plan to attend!

It is my sincere prayer that each of you will have a most relaxing, restful and safe summer! I look forward to seeing each of you at our South Carolina Division Convention!

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