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Thanksgiving is a National Holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of NOV.
  President Washington started the idea of a national day to be "Give Thanks." 
President Abraham Lincoln, made Thanksgiving a federal holiday in 1863, during the American Civil War. Lincoln proclaimed a national day of "Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens," to be celebrated on the last Thursday in November. Under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the date was changed to the fourth Thursday in November, an innovation that endures to this day. Together with Christmas and the New Year, Thanksgiving is a part of the broader fall/winter holiday season in the U.S.


2019 Events Printable PDF

 

Election 2019 Results!
We currently have Nominations and acceptances from the following candidates,

 

No one ran opposed. Therefore here is your WCWA Officers for the 2019 Season.

 

Johnny J: Chairman

Howard S: Vice Chair

 

Lisa Tharp: Secretary

 

Carolyn House-Higgins: Treasurer 

 

Sharron B:  Membership

 

Merilee : Civilian Corps Leader

 

Shane C : Union BDE CMD

 

Tony Lee :  CS BDE CMD 

 

 

It is time to Jine the WCWA- Goto the Members page

or online registration- click here to go to Enlist page.

This is from the rules and the Membership chair-
Monday 23 of May- is the last day for Renewal Membership to receive and process your 2016 Renewal Membership Applications for Deep Creek event. I REPEAT! No Renewal application for Deep Creek will be processed after the 23 and not at the Event!

WCWA - The Washington Civil War Association - Sign Up
http://www.wcwa.net/members/

 For Renewal or New members; Send completed Membership Forms, changes, and corrections to the WCWA Membership Coordinator: @

Sharron Bortz, 4104 E. 11th ,Spokane, WA. 99202
(509) 535-3479 - membership@wcwa.net

 

 

 

 Great Article- About Veterens and Reenacting- used as a coping method-By John E. Persinger

- http://www.military1.com/army/article/464594-living-history-how-veterans-are-using-the-past-to-find-present-fulfillment