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HK Edgerton To March In Florida
Save Southern Heritage - Florida is pleased to announce that HK Edgerton will be embarking on his next historic march. This time in Florida!
HK wanted to march in Florida because he predicted it and Mississippi would be the “Alamo” of 2015/2016 and with the numerous various attacks on Southern History, he was indeed correct.
He is coming to Florida to encourage friends and educate foes.
He will arrive in Florida in time for the Confederate Memorial Day Ceremony and dedication of a memorial marker to Black Confederates at Hillsborough County Confederate Memorial Park
(aka home of the Big Flag) on Saturday, April 30th.
He will march and appear throughout the state. Scheduled appearances include: Tampa, Dixie County, Lake City, Jacksonville and Pensacola.
More appearances will be posted as finalized at www.sshfl.org. To schedule an appearance, please contact SSH FL at firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact Lunelle Siegel McCallister at 813-727-3920.
A video about the march can be enjoyed at the SSH Florida YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgMRrVt7hLY.
March T-shirts are available as a thank you gift for donations to fund hotel and travel during the 3+ week march through Florida. Please consider a donation here:
SAVE SOUTHERN HERITAGE Inc. is a 501 c(4) public welfare corporation that educates & advocates on behalf of Southern Heritage & history. It was started in 2015 in response to the knee-jerk
Anti-Southern institutionalized bullying and “eracism” levied against the people of South Carolina by Governor Nikki Haley after she broke all previous agreements about how South Carolina’s
historical veterans and their symbols should be treated and respected.
SSH is organizing across the South and the Florida chapter was formed in January 2016.
Lunelle Siegel McCallister
Executive Director, Save Southern Heritage - Florida
Are you ready to restore the Honor? Click the link to watch a YouTube video about H.K.' Florida Southern Cross Revival March.