Wednesday, July 3, 2013

2013 Fall NC PATCON UPDATE: One month to go. Wednesday October 2nd to Monday October 7th

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Updates below with more coming.

Under 7, free

7-12, $10

13 and up, $20

Includes world famous East Carolina Pig Pickin' on Saturday! :)

If you are planning to attend the October PATCON,  please remit your fees ASAP, but NLT 20 September.  $20 plus classes. You can write one check for the PATCON and the classes.  Please subscribe to this post, so you will be kept up to date.

Brock Townsend
319 Holly Lane
Cape Carteret, NC 28584

The funds will be used for seating, tables, Eastern North Carolina Barbecue with all the trimmings, equipment and the tent. We would like to encourage company sponsors to donate money for this event. Any company donating $50 or more will be listed as a sponsor on the website and at the PATCON.

 Camping available Wednesday - Sunday.

No animals, please, as my Peacock is more than sufficient to annoy all but us.:)

The PATCON will be held at
*94 Roberson School Rd
Tarboro, NC 27886 

*The map above shows the front entrance for only those camping. As you cross the second set of cattle guards, camp to the right in the area with fruit trees alongside the fence and a fire pit in the middle.  For those not camping,  use the map **below.  It shows the entrance by the graveyard and parking will be in the area of the two tobacco barns. 


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Sponsors

 
CADD Graphics 

 Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum

Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum

 

 

 Trust In Freedom Foundation

Trust In Freedom Foundation 

 

 III Arms

III Arms

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America's Remedy

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We will be offering an 8 hour ICAC class on Thursday, an 8 hour CQB class on Friday and a 4 hour medical class on Sunday.


ICAC Course

Thursday October 3rd 2013

 10 - 6

Course description:

The condensed Intelligence Collection & Analysis Course (ICAC) is a
foundational level course that will teach you some necessary collection
and analysis skills.  The ICAC helps Patriots make sense of their
communities and operating environments, with a focus on post-SHTF.

After this course, you’ll be able to build your Analysis and Control
Element (ACE) team and run a rudimentary, overt and/or surreptitious
collection network.
 Collection

- Fundamentals of Human Intelligence (HUMINT)

- Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Collection

- Collection Plans

- Interviewing and Tactical Questioning


Analysis

- Intro to Intelligence and  Critical Thinking

- Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (*time dependent*)

- HUMINT Source Rating and Feedback

- Actionable Intelligence

- Intelligence Gaps & Collection Requirements

- Analysis and Control Element (ACE) Team Building
 Course cost: $100

Five annual III Magazine digital subscriptions will be donated for the raffle and the winners will receive an email link to download each issue (for 12months) in .pdf and .epub formats for offline reading on computer, iPad, or Kindle.

Sam Culper
Guerrilla America

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 Friday October 4th 2013

9 – 6 

Lunch 1– 2

                                                    III CQB at Brock's Fall PATCON

On Friday, October 4th at Brock's PATCON I will teach two III CQB courses. The first is my "Fight to your Weapon" course. For 8-hours you will learn how to immediately break, put to sleep, or kill a man who manages to get into your personal space and would dare put his hands on you, and techniques that will earn you 1-3 seconds so that you can either deploy your weapon or escape. Then I will teach a modified 3-hour "GroundFighting 101" course, which will involve sparring for those who choose to do so. Most fights go to the ground. The ground is an equalizer. It takes strength and size and sex and age out of the equation. It allows the 98-pound lass to break the man built like a bull. The "Fight to your Weapon" course is the same - the techniques taught are deliberately selected so that age, size, sex, strength are not factors in the fight.

To enroll in the course for Brock's PATCON, simply hit the PayPal button at my site
III Percent Patriots that is specifically for his event. You'll find it on the right-hand column under Brock's Free North Carolina flag. The cost is $210. (You can also include the fee in one check to me when you pay for the PATCON. BT) I am NOT charging extra at Brock's for the GroundFighting module. Also, I am donating 1/2 of all fees to Brock so he can continue to host these fantastic events that bring Patriots together. There is no maximum number for enrolling at this event - Holly will be with me and we can easily train a large group. We train rain or shine.

IIIGear will donate several items again this year to be raffled, with all proceeds going to Brock, again to help finance his outstanding events.


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    Saturday's Schedule

Meet and Greet:  Until 11:00


John Ainsworth 11:00 = 11:45:  A Moral and Just Cause

11:45 = 12:15: David DeGerolamo: Communications in a grid down/Internet down scenario

Communications between people is the most important security measure for survival in an economic collapse. You may be prepared with food and firearms but advance information will be the key to survival. This talk will outline how to install a WI-FI bubble independent of the Internet, over a small geographic regions of several square miles.

Pig Pickin': 12:30 = 1:30 
 
1:30 = 2:15: John Ainsworth: The Face of a Freedom Fighter

2:15 = 2:45:  Dr. Dan  Eichenbaum: "What we can learn from the horse whisperer." 

2:45 = 3:15:  Sam Kerodin: Subject TBA


3:45 = 4:15:  Peter White:  "Let's Win: What Is To Be Done Today, Next Month and Next Year"

4:15: Raffle

4:30? = On:  Moderated round table of current events.

Later: As always, converse around the campfire

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Saturday's Raffle

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Grand Prize: "Too Good for Eric Holder to Gunwalk"

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5 copies of  "A Failure Of Civility" donated by the authors through Peter White

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 NIA

 Five annual III Magazine digital subscriptions donated by Guerrilla America

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         One Blue Maiden Garden Seed Package

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Generously donated once again by


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 IIIGear will donate several items again this year to be raffled.

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Body Armor Steel Patriot Plate

Maingun will donate one set of WiscoDave's plates and possibly two.

III Plate

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Sunday 

Open

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 Spring 2013 NC PATCON

 Pictures: 2013 Spring NC PATCON

99 comments:

  1. If you want an idea of what TCCC is about, watch the video here;
    http://sfmedic.blogspot.com/2013/07/firefight-while-waiting-for-medevac.html

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    1. That's where the link I posted above goes. If you have another with additional information, I'll put it above that.

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  2. Brock
    Sign me up to speak and sponsor again. James Clark will be coming with me and, hopefully, my son CJ. We will all do the TCCC course as well. Patriotism never goes out of style !!
    Dr Dan

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    1. Patriotism never goes out of style!

      Good deal!

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  3. Dixie has volunteered for the Unarmed CQB.

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    1. Brock I just found about about Patcon I need to register urgently. I have the funds for all of the events. what do I need to do . Please contact me I am looking foward to attending. arthurpatten@gmail.com

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  4. I'm in for both classes, with the possibility of millerized +2. She (and he) are not getting off without coming THIS TIME. Time for both of them to be exposed to the truth.

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    1. Amen and great news!:) That's a possibility of 6 for the TCCC and 4 for the CQB right off the bat. Good to go!

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  5. Brock
    We are also in for the CQB as well as the TCCC
    Dr Dan

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  6. Good Evening Brock.

    Tom and I will be attending the Fall PATCON.
    Please put us both on the sign up for the CQB course.

    Also, Tom will be assisting Farmer Dave with the TCCC course.

    Watcher

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    1. Certainly Sir and this brings us to a tentative 6 and 9.

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  7. Brock,looking forward to it. Mirabelle & I will definitely be there, probably Saturday only. 90% sure the wife will be joining us this time as well. Count me in for both the III CQB and SFMEDICS TC3 classes. Can't wait.

    Dave, can we please shoot and "heal" a hog this time? Or at least shoot one with different calibers to see actual terminal/wound ballistics. If not, since Dr. Dan played a victim last time, maybe we could shoot him (a .22; "just a flesh wound" :-))

    Dr. Dan, ONLY KIDDING! (maybe)

    Israel, if you are reading, I know Mirabelle will be glad to see you since you made her an official "Redneck" last time.

    Alan

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    1. Brock,looking forward to it. Mirabelle & I will definitely be there, probably Saturday only. 90% sure the wife will be joining us this time as well. Count me in for both the III CQB and SFMEDICS TC3 classes.

      Great and this will make 7 and 10. If both classes do go off as it seems at this time, they will be held probably Thursday and Friday, so showing up Saturday won't cut the mustard.:)

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    2. How soon will you be locking in the dates/times? I will change my plans accordingly, but need to know for sure ASAP so that the wife can request time off and we can schedule to pull Mirabelle out of school.

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    3. Thursday October 3rd to Monday October 7th

      The only two days are Thursday and Friday as Saturday is the main day and everyone left on Sunday the last three PATCONS. They will probably be 9 to 5 as they are eight hour classes. It's up to the Dave and Sam though. I'm assuming we will have enough participants to hold both classes based on the initial response. If so, then I will include Wednesday in the schedule so that people can arrive the night before if they are going to take the medic course.

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  8. Brock, a P.S. to my previous message. Make sure to schedule the TC3 class to occur AFTER the III CQB class. I'll probably need some TC3 myself after getting my a#$ kicked by Sam :-)

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    1. :) I believe it will be the other way around considering current knowledge.

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  9. Pack bug spray. Oh, and earplugs for the peacock. (or poultry seasoning, all depends)

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    1. Israel and Kevin said they didn't hear a thing. Can't imagine why..........:)

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  10. Brock,

    If anyone's interested, I can lead an Intel Element / ACE lecture. Or HUMINT or whatever anyone else is interested in. Just let me know. I guess it's easier to shoot you an email.

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    1. Certainly and I replied to your email.

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  11. My apologies to all who wished to take the TCCC class. As you know I presented a condensed version of TCCC at the spring PATCON and though It was a good introduction, it still did not satisfy my professional standard of insuring each student learned and retained the critical elements. That was mainly due to having only one day to present it, not from any lack of motivation or learning abilities on the participants part. Hell, we even had two experienced MDs and one ED RN in the class. The main reason I am withdrawing my offer this time is, I want to know that when someone invest their time and money (and in some cases pain and suffering) that they go home with a complete grasp of the fundamentals of TCCC and the ability to perform them. I simply cannot do it in one day to that standard. I will be offering a 2-5 day program in the near future for those interested which will give more time for the lessons learned from the battlefield to be absorbed and a more realistic training venue. There will be a formal registration process involved and you can simply contact me through secure email; sfmedic@hushmail.com

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  12. Our first door prize will be a DPMS Panther Arms MOE Warrior .223 16" 30R Black. (Shoots both 223 and 556) More to come and as many as we have knowledge of at the time will be pictured/posted at the beginning of August for the two months to go post.

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    1. Picture of the DPMS Panther just added above.

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  13. Hopefully y'all won't mind when a Pennsyltucky redneck Yankee wins that rifle! (Yankee in location only mind you)
    Lewis III

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    1. Youse' gonna' have competition, my dear Sir!:) In fact, Mirabelle and Dixie have already said that they are going to win it.:)

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    2. Door prize rules: $1.00 per ticket, present to win at time ticket is announced and if you win a lesser prize, the ticket will be put back in for the grand prize drawing.

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  14. Hell, even if thet yankee boy does win it, all them gals have to do is bat them pertty eyes at em
    an he'd fall all over himself wantin to give to her. They ain't even got to buy any tickits to get that rifle.

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    1. Price and CQB updated above. At the beginning of August we hope to have more on the schedule and raffle prizes.

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    2. I think some of my guys are planning on the Friday Class. I will find out soon and send money on to you. Thanks for the help and all you do.

      Cousin John

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  15. Hi Brock - will join you for Saturday.
    Check is in the postbox.
    No excuses, just late.

    Hans

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    1. Received funds from Hans who goes to the head of the class.:)

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    2. More updates posted above.

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      Received from David funds for two for the PATCON, the ICAC Course and sponsorship for CADD Graphics and I thank you.

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    3. Doug Shetron has funds on the way for the CQB and the ICAC. The deadline is Friday the 20th of September and I will be depositing all checks on the following Monday, the 23rd and may go to Dixieland after that. If any come after I leave, I will not be able to receive them and money cannot be paid at the door. I would appreciate early remissions.

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    4. John Ainsworth's subjects posted above: 1 1/2 hours divided into two segments entitled A Moral & Just Cause and The Face of a Freedom Fighter

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    5. Received funds from Douglas Shetron for the PATCON and both the ICAC and CQB and I thank you.

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    6. Received funds from Dennis Wood for the PATCON and I thank you.

      I received a request from a documentary producer to cover the PATCON last time, but politely declined. David was contacted by ABC news today inquiring about filming this one and although David had worked with this man before and considered him fair, David, Michael and I agreed that I should politely decline again. As Michael said, he saw no good coming from it and Dixie mentioned that even if he was fair, the Dingbat Liberals would selectively pick it apart.

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    7. Sam received funds from Dennis wood for the CQB and we thank you.

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    8. Received from Chuck Brandt funds for the third time and although he missed the last two, he graciously donated the fees to NCPATCON. He states:

      "This is my third attempt to make it and I really, really don't think I will be in China this time.:) Looking forward to finally making it."

      Thank you and we look forward to meeting you. You'll have to eat at least three plates of the Pig Pickin' in order to make up for the last two times.:)

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    9. III Plate donation for the raffle added above.

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    10. Received funds from Michael Downing for the PATCON and I thank you.

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  16. Received funds from Dr. Dan and James Clark for the PATCON. He was very interested in the ICAC course, but would have to cancel a full day of surgery to do so. Additionally, he and James have not had time to prepare a medicine course for Sunday, but plans on offering one at the Spring PATCON. He also included funds sponsoring Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum and Trust in Freedom Foundation as before. His son may be able to attend and will let us know later. His speech on Saturday will be titled "What we can learn from the horse whisperer." Thank you, Sir and look forward to seeing you again!

    These changes will be made above shortly.

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    1. Received funds from Anthony Barley and I thank you.

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    2. Received funds from Tom Rhyne for the PATCON and the ICAC course.. Thanks and see you soon.

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    3. Received funds from Don Syfrett with an extra $5. Thanks.

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    4. Received funds from Dan Charlson for two adults, two children 9 and 11 and their youngest 6 at no charge. Thanks and look forward to meeting y'all.

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    5. Received funds from A H Zucker, Andrew Ramos, John Finn, Thomas and Karen Fawcett, Phil Bienvenue and John Shirley plus Doc and Terri of Maingun for the PATCON and I thank y'all.

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  17. Hey Brock, Not possible for me to attend.. But what ya got going on in January? I'll be coming home for a visit Be in the Rocky Mount/Nashville area...Keep the campfire burning.

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    1. Very close to Dixieland, too bad and nothing until the first weekend in May. Maybe we can get together though. Let's keep in touch.

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  18. Payment for 3 heading your way tomorrow. Not sure if it's actual attendance, or just a donation yet.

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    1. It has to be for attendance, Sir!:)

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    2. Sure going to try. I'm back from vacation, and back on 12hr days. Fun, fun, fun for everyone but me.

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    3. Call in sick.......:) Sick and tired of this administration.

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  19. Oh, and no classes with that. Don't think either will be doing anything more than watching at most.

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    1. As long as y'all come, it's fine with me.:)

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  20. Received funds for the PATCON from Timothy Norman, John & Jill Ainsworth, and Milo Townsend. I thank you.

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    1. Received funds for III Arms sponsorship and added above as well as PATCON fees for Sam and Holly Kerodin. Thank you and see you soon! Also funds from William Salmon for the PATCON. Thanks.

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  21. Funds for Ethan and myself are in the mail.

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    1. Great and we should have sufficient firewood, but if anyone wants to bring some, that is fine also.

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  22. I will be attending. Let me know if I should send cash or the check tomorrow. Sorry for delaying, been hectic here lately. Also would like to attend the CQB class Friday. Let me know Brock.
    In Liberty,
    Israel
    III

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    1. Thanks and you should mail it today. See you soon, once again!:)

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  23. Check is in the mail for the event and the CQB class on Friday. Thank you Brock for once again making this possible for everyone. You have this "Yankee's" deepest gratitude.
    In Liberty,
    Israel
    III

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    1. :)Thanks, I was worried you weren't going to make it this time. Hopefully it will be like last year's fall PATCON with little wind and a good campfire every night. When are you arriving?

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  24. Not sure yet. May come in Wednesday night to spend the day Thursday. I will know more as we get closer. Cant wait to see y'all again.
    In Liberty,
    Israel
    III

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    1. Cant wait to see y'all again.

      Us'ns, also.:)

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    2. I have had a few ask about rules and so forth, so maybe we should just look to General Lee for that:

      “Young gentleman, we have no printed rules. We have but one rule here, and it is that every student must be a gentleman.”

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    3. Received from Clifton and Sara Muncy funds for the PATCON. Also funds from Paul Bissell funds for the PATCON, ICAC and the CQB. Thank y'all.

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  25. Brock,
    I screwed up paying attention to detail. I did not see the part to use PayPal for Sam's CQB course and instead made a check in the amount of $230 to you. Sorry for the mishap as I was hurrrying to get it in the mail yesterday and didnt catch that part. I hope its not that big of an inconvenience and we can handle accordingly onsite at the PatCon.
    In Liberty,
    Israel
    III

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    1. No and that is fine and I thought Sam's post above mentioned that you could do either, but I see it doesn't, so I probably read it on his site in one of the posts. It is actually easier to write one check and the PayPal Sam set up was for people who might not know of the PATCONS. Se you soon!

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    2. Thank you sir, always a pure Southern Gentleman. Rumor has it we yankees are going to be instructed to leave the premises during the raffle. ;)
      In Liberty,
      Israel
      III

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    3. :) Michael just offered more items and I'll post them later. David says he's going to win the rifle, so you better buy even more tickets this time. There should be a way to rig it, but I haven't figured it out yet since Dixie refuses to comply........:)

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    4. Rumor has it we yankees are going to be instructed to leave the premises during the raffle.

      Dixie said you can buy the tickets, but can't be present at the drawing........:)

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  26. Brock;
    you will get a fee from Bob B.,late, sorry for that. If he can't make it for Saturday it will be a donation sir for the cause. He is maxed on on construction projects at this point. Please accept his apologies for his tardiness...
    Thanks
    VETTOM

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    1. Bob Bianco, correct? I have him already listed and thanks.

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  27. Received funds from Cousin John, Clark Howell and Wayne Schwark for the PATCON. Thanks.

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  28. More goodies posted above for the raffle by Michael Downing.

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  29. Hi Brock,
    Jim Kennedy advising per Jill's emails.
    I will place in the mail tomorrow a check for two attendees and possibly additional for sponsor status (if that is ok and time permits).
    I was informed about this patcon on Saturday at our NCAR meeting.
    I have been extremely busy this week with work and the Colfax free fair every night this week as I don my Confederate soldiers uniform,
    as has H.K. Edgerton and members of my camp to recruit new members at the fair. We have had problems at the fair the last few years as far as not being able to have any semblance of the confederate flag there, but out attorney ( Kirk Lyons of the SLRC) contacted their attorney and got that straitened out. We still have problems with them and amazingly enough the SAR has had problems with them this year.
    After the first night they pulled up stakes and left.
    I fight on.
    I appreciate you letting me send a check a little late, but I will have it in the mail tomorrow.
    Thanks and God bless, Jim

    Jim Kennedy,
    Commander Rutherford Rifles SCV camp 2044
    Representative to the House of Commons, lawful State of North-Carolina (NCAR)until the lawful State is restored.
    Pending member SAR

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    1. With those credentials, Sir you should come gratis.:) Seriously, Dixie and I have known HK for quite a while starting at a Richmond parade years ago and lastly at the Hunley Funeral Parade. We see Kirk Lyons with his family and others each year at the SDYC and the SCV Convention sometimes. Dixie came out at the one year before last and we plan on attending the one next year in Charleston as well as the SDYC for the 8th year. I look forward to meeting y'all and the sponsorship is appreciated.

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    2. Received funds from Tom Green, Jim Miller +2, Eric and Ethan Albright, Byron Thulin, Alan and Mirabelle Pedersen plus Mike Champion for the PATCON: Brendan Frost the PATCON and the ICAC, Israel Barkley the PATCON and the CQB, Kevin & Jeremiah Burkamp plus Byron Foster the PATCON and the CQB.

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  30. Well its the 20th and Ive just found out about this,is it to late to get in? Im from Sc and so hope Im not a day late and 20 bucks short.I can use paypal for the CQB tonight. thanks Don Fry

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    1. a day late and 20 bucks short

      We used to say "A day late and a dollar short." Oh and "A dollar down and a dollar when you catch me." :) Just drop a check in the mail for the PATCON and CQB together as that is simpler. I should get it Monday. Did you know that the Confederate government mail system actually made money?:) Another reason to secede........

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  31. Did you know that the Confederate government mail system actually made money?:) Another reason to secede........

    If at first you don't secede; try, try again my friend.

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    1. :)!

      Also, the house repairs aren't finished at Dixieland, so I will be here until they are, so if anyone has just found out about the PATCON, please let me know and thanks.

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  32. Received funds from Peter White and Kathy Poplin for the PATCON, from David Fry for the PATCON and CQB, from Jim Kennedy and Tonya Holcome for the PATCON and sponsorship for America's Remedy which is posted above.

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  33. Received funds from Bob Bianco for the PATCON who asked about firewood and we will have some as usual, but anyone who who can add to the stockpile, please do so. Hopefully this fall PATCON will be like last years where the weather was perfect with a big campfire every night.

    The current weather forecast for next Wednesday and Thursday: 54 - 79, sunny and 0%.

    The participation has increased each PATCON and this time we should have sufficient to have the whole pig brought out. Posted above.

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  34. The current weather forecast for next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 57 - 82, partly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 10% chance of precipitation.

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    1. The current weather forecast for next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday:

      55 - 83, partly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 20% chance of precipitation.

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    2. The current weather forecast for Wednesday through Sunday:

      56 - 84, partly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 10% chance of precipitation.

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    3. The current weather forecast for Wednesday through Sunday:

      54 - 86, mostly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 10% chance of precipitation.
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      Received funds from Brian Day and Keith Miller for the PATCON.

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    4. The current weather forecast for Wednesday through Sunday:

      58 - 86, mostly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 20% chance of precipitation.

      Received funds from Sam Culper, Tom Brooks for the PATCON and Art Patten for the PATCON and ICAC.

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    5. Little change in the weather forecast.

      Received funds from Holly and Sam for Lee and Michelle Smuts and friend Rick for the PATCON. Thanks.

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    6. Received funds from Cousin John for Allen and Glen Aycock for the PATCON. Thanks.

      The current weather forecast for Thursday through Sunday:

      59 - 88, partly cloudy to sunny and 0 to 10% chance of precipitation. Looks like about perfect. Three campers from last year are spending the night here so far with one more coming as far as I know.

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