saw an old house that looked important, and I pulled into the driveway. Then I saw this magnificant statute of General Lee looking toward Antietam. While I was at Antietam I noticed that there were no monuments recognizing Southern efforts, and even the statue of General Lee was put where it is by a private citizen. There wasn't even a fitting tribute to the Georgia troops who held the Burnside Bridge. So much for fairness at park battlefields.
Maggiano's Restaurant where we met several members of the Club who we had met before in Valdosta, Georgia, including Ms. Janice Kennedy. Janice is a former Club President, and is an avid gardener. We also met Cyril Weller who is the Club's President and Kathleen Schloeder who is our new AHS Endowments Chair. The meal served at Maggianos was just fabulous! Then, I gave the program, auctioned some daylilies, and took a picture of members of the Club which I am showing.
n on the wall behind the statute also demanded attention. We had been to the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama, and had seen the words carved there that we also carved into the wall in Washington. So we took a picture. Dr. King was indeed a powerful man of God sent to lead our nation to the promised land, where, indeed, "all men are created equal."