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Civil War Marker Dedicated in Shelbyville Oct. 30

Pictured L to R: Rod Lindsey, CDR of the local SCV Camp 1620, Al Simmons, Lee Curtis, Dr. Carroll Van West, County Mayor Eugene Ray, State Rep. Pat Marsh and Walt Wood, Guy Hill, Lt CDR of the local SCV Camp 1620Pictured L to R: Rod Lindsey, CDR of the local SCV Camp 1620, Al Simmons, Lee Curtis, Dr. Carroll Van West, County Mayor Eugene Ray, State Rep. Pat Marsh and Walt Wood, Guy Hill, Lt CDR of the local SCV Camp 1620Dr. Carroll Van West, Tennessee State Historian and executive director of both the Center for Historic Preservation at MTSU, and the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area along with representatives from the Tennessee Dept. of Tourist Development joined local officials and organizations for the ceremony. The dedication included music from Shelbyville Central High School’s Chorus and Wind Symphony.

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