Welcome to our web site!
The April Edition of the Drum & Bugle is on the web
On May 14, Tom Perry will be our guest speaker. His topic will be "Brothers in Arms - J.E.B. Stuart and his Brothers"
Fort Monroe Tour
Details of the May 19th tour of Fort Monroe have been added. Click here to view.
2018 Scholarship Information
2018 NPS Intern Scholarship information is now available. Click here to view.
RVCWRT Donation to CVBT
At the April 9th dinner meeting, the Round Table announced that the CVBT had recently purchased 14.4 acres off of Brock Road, scene of fighting in the 1864 Wilderness Campaign. CVBT established a fund drive to assist in that land purchase, and the EXCOM of the RVCWRT thought that a special donation drive at the dinner would be helpful to the CVBT. Two RT members then announced that they would match the donations collected that night. I am very pleased that we collected $156 in donations on the 9th and that we will send a check for $468 to be used for the Brock Road land acquisition.
Help Your Roundtable With a Smile!!
By Ben Keller, Assistant Treasurer
If you buy anything from Amazon, using their Smiles program directly helps the Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table fund its scholarship, Intern, preservation, and educational programs, AT NO COST TO YOU!!! The AmazonSmile foundation sends 0.5% of your purchases (not including fees for taxes, gift-wrapping, etc.) directly to us each month. Just type Smiles.Amazon in to your electronic gizmo, find the 'Your Account' link at the top of any page, select the RVCWRT as your charity, then buy something. The donation to us is automatic after that.
If this is too difficult for you to do, an alternative is to type 'www.rvcwrt.org' in your device, bringing you to our website, then click the button at the top of the page 'Our Amazon Link' and go to Amazon this way. We get a little less money, and it's delayed a few months, but it still costs you nothing.