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Washington Artillery Camp 2178


Camp Commander Rick Leaumont
Adjutant  Lee McKewen

The Washington Artillery Camp serves Central and Eastern Washington and normally meets in the Tri-cities area.  
The Washington Artillery Camp was named for the Washington Artillery of New Orleans formed in 1838 and is still in action as 141st Field Artillery of the Louisiana National Guard.    The Washington Artillery saw action in the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of Tennessee. 
Learn more of the the Battalion Washington Artillery at http://www.washingtonartillery.com.
                                                    MEETINGS WILL BE.


                                                    18:00 hrs. Last Tuesday of Every month or as noted 

                                                (Please contact Adjutant for more information)           
                                                    Conference Room A of the Richland Public Library                                                                                                                        

                                            For more information please contact:

                                                    SCV Adjutant
                                                    7305 West 20th Ct
                                                    Kennewick, WA   99338

                                                                      EMAIL ADJUTANT

New Memorial Dedication
Courtesy of Spokesman-Review
Members of Washington Artillery Camp  2178, successfully procured and erected a new headstone for PVT Hugh McLaughlin, Co. D, 19 Mississippi Infantry.  The dedication ceremony was held on 6 October 2012 at the Greenwood Cemetery in Spokane, WA.  PVT McLaughlin's grave had been unattended and forgotten several years with no indication of his Confederate service.  Commander Rick Leaumont and members of Camp 2178 worked with McLaughlin's great-grand daughter and the VA to obtain the marker for the forgotten soldier.    News of the ceremony was carried in a local Spokane paper and made radio news as far away as Seattle .   Click here for a video of the ceremony...