Fort Walla Walla Camp No. 3 of Kennewick, WA

Fort Walla Walla Camp No. 3 serves the 20 counties of Eastern Washington:  Adams, Asotin, Benton, Chelan, Columbia, Douglas, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla, Whitman, and Yakima.  With a date of rank of March 30, 2015, it is one of the founding camps of the Department of the Columbia (formed in 2015).  Our camp is named after Fort Walla Walla, the third U.S. military post of that name in southeast Washington state.  It was occupied from 1858 to 1910.  The Fort Walla Walla Camp is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Remembrance Day Ceremony: Sat. June 11th 11:00am (see event section below for details) 

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CommanderDon JamesonYakima,
Senior Vice CommanderThomas HullYakima,
Junior Vice CommanderPhilip K. BrownTonasket,
Council Member 1 (Chairman)Bob ManningMountain Home,
Council Member 2James PayneWalla Walla,
Council Member 3Brian TeegardenYakima,
SecretaryHank CramerWinthrop,
TreasurerJohn DavisNine Mile Falls,
Patriotic InstructorBob ManningMountain Home,
ChaplainThomas HullYakima,
Graves Registration Officer(vacant)
HistorianDon JamesonYakima,
Civil War Memorials OfficerJohn Tipton
Yakima, WA
Eagle Scout Certificate CoordinatorSteve MatthewsSpokane,
ROTC/JROTC Recognition CoordinatorDon JamesonYakima,
Color BearerLuke SowieralskiKennewick, WA
GuardRay Marshall, PCCRichland, WA
Assistant TreasurerJim BrownOkanogan, WA
Newsletter EditorThomas HullYakima,
Signals OfficerBob DavisCovington,


 GAR New Gravestone Dedication for William Hartman.June 11, 2022
11:00 AM

Evergreen Pioneer Cemetery Near Colville, WA
Ceremony and several officials to participant. Sextant, Lora Rose to speak on the history of the Cemetery and the pioneer story of this CW Union soldier. He of Co K 39th MO Inf. B. Dec 1848 D. Sep 7 1903. Following the half hour service, social time at the  Sr. Center and short Camp 3 meeting.  To be followed by a short field trip to GAR grave sites at Loon Lake, led by Secretary John Davis.

Individuals attending events hosted by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, by virtue of their attendance, agree to the usage of their likeness in the Banner, any Camp or Department Newsletter, any SUVCW website and/or on any SUVCW Social Media outlet, promotional brochures, or any other SUVCW material.