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1890's Day Jamboree in Ringgold - May 22 & 23

From: HK Edgerton - hk.edgerton@gmail.com
Date: May 21, 2009

Dear Ms. Dean,

God bless you and everyone in Ringgold. I am honored that you would invite me to Ringgold and make such a generous offer. However, because of my recent journey into Washington, D.C., and serval other Confederate Memorial Day events that I have attended, I am just about out of shirts, and I have leaned on my dear brother and CEO of Dixie Outfitters, Mr. Dewey Barber, so much that I knew that on such a short date it would place a burden on his staff to send me more, and certainly not to even mention the cost to his organization to accommodate my request; I am sorry that I will not be able to attend your event.

Please keep me informed to another opportunity to fellowship with all my friends in Ringgold. I certainly think of everyone there often, and if I could afford the expense of coming to your event, I would come without the shirts.

Your brother,

HK

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On Tue, May 19, 2009, rebecca dean - georgiabeans2@yahoo.com wrote:

Hello,

My name is Rebecca Dean and my husband Denny is a member of the SCV Ringgold Camp #1859. We were given your e-mail address by Tom Poteet. He asked that we notify you about the booth the camp will be setting up at the 1890's Day Jamboree in Ringgold on May 22 & 23. We would like to invite you to come be a part of this exciting event and join us in the Parade that will begin at 11:00am Sat. 5/23/09. We would also like for you to use this opportunity to sell your T-shirts and other memorabilia with us at our booth. You may reach me by e-mail or telephone at (423) 298-4480cell or (706) 935-9263wrk. or you may e-mail my husband at STEELDAWGS1@yahoo.com. We look forward to hearing from you..

Thank you and have a blessed day..

Rebecca Dean