The North Carolina Order of Confederate Rose was established in 1993 for the sole purpose of assisting the North Carolina Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans with their historical, educational, benevolent and social functions. Special emphasis is placed on the preservation of Confederate symbols. As there are few rules and restrictions to stifle the creativity of its members, North Carolina chapters are free to focus on the activities important to its members and local SCV Camps along with supporting their efforts on the state and national levels.
Check out the NEW OCR Store Page, Under the Welcome link above. It is using this newly remastered digital image CafePress has an error though so you have to click on an item to really see how it looks.
2014-15 Winter Newsletter is Online- Head over to the Newsletter Tab and Read or Print your copy.
Lincolnton Apple Festival – Hoke Camp 1616 and Hoke Roses Chapter 35, will be present at the event. Stop by if you can.
Confederate Heritage Youth Day. 6198 Lake Wylie Road, Clover SC 9AM to 3PM,
October 11th Event
October 18th- Mattie Clyburn Rice Memorial Service
There will a special “Mattie Clyburn Rice Memorial Service” on October 18, 2014 at 2:00 pm to celebrate her life at her final resting place at the foot of her father’s grave, Confederate Veteran Weary Clyburn, as she requested in Monroe, North Carolina. We are now collecting donations for a grave marker for Miss Mattie as a gift to the family to be unveiled at this service as well as programs and red ribbons (in memory of her famous red beret which will be there because we know she will be) for all those attending this special day in October. If you would like to contribute to this tribute to Miss Mattie, please send check payable to Lt. F.C. Frazier Camp 668, note Mattie Clyburn Rice Memorial on check and mail to Ron Perdue, PO Box 5641, High Point, NC 27262. More details to follow as the details are worked out with the decision made just today with the family. We agree with the family, Miss Mattie would love this because she loved attending services with the smell of musket black powder, the ground shaking from cannon fire and the sound of bagpipes.
If you would like to participate in this tribute, we plan on Lady’s in Mourning, Soldiers, Cannons, Muskets and Bagpipes, please contact the Mattie Clyburne Rice Memorial Committee Chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org