On a regular, predictable timeline, club members will provide a
venue in the southern Atlanta area for Citadel graduates,
families, and prospective Citadel family members to come
together. We will meet in order to socialize, sponsor new
cadets, and support the Citadel and Citadel alumni.
The members of the Southside Atlanta Citadel Club will plan and
organize regular meetings of local Citadel graduates, families,
and prospective Citadel cadets. The meetings will provide
fellowship and entertainment for members, sponsor new cadets,
and support the Citadel and Citadel alumni.
Is this term
still used anymore? Regardless, please take a moment to update
your vital statistics such as email, phone, address.... and if
you happen to know any information on other grads in the area,
please let us know so we can contact them.
The Citadel Alma Mater
we sing thy fame
For all the
world to hear,
And in the
paths our fathers showed us
Honor, God and Country,
fight for thee.
we praise thee now
though strife surrounds us,
We will ever
conscious of the benefits
derive from thee.
forever, yielding never
cease our struggles for
Preston Price '43
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The Citadel's Newest Club
2016 marks our 13th year
This picture, taken at our third meeting, tells what it's
all about. Perhaps it was best stated by Landon Moxley when
he said "We
had a great time last weekend, always good to be able to
spend time with good people."
the beginning we felt the club shouldn't be restricted to the "long
grey line" but should include those that make our lives so rich -
wives, significant others, children... don't leave home without
Schedule for 2016
your calendars in advance! We know that each of you have
very busy lives but please work your schedules around these
dates. Based on your feedback that sometimes the Saturday
meeting dates are difficult to work around, we will be
alternating between Saturdays and Thursdays. We are now
working on the planning of the event and the venues - check
Club dinner with wives. Start time at 6:30 pm - Location Mama
Lucia's Italian Restaurant, Newnan.
Presentation from Ed White on CAA winter Board meeting and
plans for the 2016 Club Muster
Club Muster with start at 2:00 pm. This will include a pot
luck dinner. Location - Youth building at Central Baptist
Corner of Brown and East Broad Streets.
Lunch at Meat & Greet in Newnan. Start at 12 noon. Meet in
lounge. Discussion will focus on Bourbon on the Porches
sponsorship and initial planning for event
Bourbon on the Porches - cancelled by the Carnegie Foundation -
perhaps next year.
2nd Annual Oyster Roast and Cookout. Daryl Greenberg has
graciously volunteered to host this event to welcome new
members and host parent of cadets
Holiday gathering at the PTC White House. We will again
collect Toys for Tots. Last year's effort was a great success,
and I know that we can do even better this year
Please RSVP prior to each
scheduled meeting so that we can make appropriate plans.
RSVP to Ed White, 770-314-2466.
January Club Meeting at Smokey Bones
Clockwise beginning at end of table: Banks Glover, Bob
Weimann, Dary Greenburg, Todd Rivers, Marty Potash, Don
Mullen, Lee Nall, Ed White and Doug Powell
Club members enjoyed a holiday gathering at
the home of our Club President, Ed White and his wife, Diane on
December 6, 2015. With a delicious spread and plenty of
holiday "cheer", a good time was had by all. The party marked
the end of a highly successful Toys for Tots campaign conducted by
our Club in support of the Marine Corps' effort in Fayette and
Cowetta Counties. Thanks to all that contributed. We
plan to make this an annual campaign.
The third is a rebuttal to a Charleston News and Courier
article that derided our plebe system as cruel abuse. By
my classmate Nat Davis - Hazing is
Good For You.
And finally... a little humor.
Speaking of Recruitment: Take
a gander at the new recruitment video:
Two Videos to Watch
(Click on picture to view)
Service and Sacrifice: A Citadel
(note: silence for first 30 seconds)
South of Broad: a song we can all
famous father's son at the Citadel. We all knew
about Ted Turner's sons being at the Citadel.. Now
Rick Santorum's son at the Citadel.
Bossman and Marty Potash represented the Southside Atlanta
Citadel Club at the 2010 IACT(Inter Service Academy Golf
Tournament) at the Connecticut Golf Club in Easton
Connecticut. Although a gallant effort, the team was
only able to grab 4th place. Next year..lets get a
better showing and sink Navy!!
Of the 161
local alumni on record, 31 have attended at least one club
meeting since our first meeting back in November 2003! Let's
all make a concerted effort to increase that number. We need
everyone's help on this - call and remind others to come.
Guards Kentucky Performance
Doug Powell sent
us this video of the Summerall Guards performing at a Kentucky
He wondered what damage the shoes and rifles did to the floor..
(press start key twice to begin)
Robinson - Citadel Graduate, Football Player, Opera Singer.
When David Boyd '60, Jack Camp
'65 and Banks Glover '69 were lamenting the long sober drive
from Newnan to the Atlanta Citadel Club, the question was
raised. "why don't we just start one down here". Turns out there
are over 40 graduates in the immediate vicinity and that number
is growing. So in November 2003 we held our first meeting.
Click on pic to see full sized newspaper writeup.
Telling tales for the '60's are
Pat Conroy '67, Carl Anderson '62 and Jack Camp '65. Conroy
entertained members of the Atlanta Citadel Club February 16th
before his book-signing for the standing room only crowd at the
Ansley Golf Club. Conroy was amused that despite the "honor
code", in his travels for these "signings", he has counted that
he's had 68 Citadel roommates and has actually met 12 former
cadets who confessed to being members of "The Ten". "No