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 Join us on February 4, 2019, as Nancy Householder talks about the Monuments of Gettysburg


The monuments at Gettysburg were mostly put up by the veterans themselves. They have two purposes, to honor comrades who died in battle, and to remember what they did. They have many special symbols and stories that go with them and these will be explained.

Nancy Householder is currently the Vice President of the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table and former President. She has been studying to be a Licensed Battlefield Guide for the Gettysburg National Military Park and has been a docent at the Union Mills Homestead for more than 25 years. She has also been a guide for Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours for the past 12 years.


The presentation is free of charge for those ordering dinner. For those who do not order food there will be a $5 charge.


Join us at 5:30 pm in the John Cosgrove Members' Lounge (formerly the Game Room). The National Press Club menu will challenge your palette and the very capable Club staff will be able to meet any libation request. Please bring cash or checks for payment. Please note that no dinner orders will be taken after 6:30.


The CHCWRT meets in the newly renovated John Cosgrove Members' Lounge of the prestigious and historic National Press Club, which is located at 529 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20045, on the 13th floor.

The National Press Building is conveniently located approximately two blocks from Metro Center (Blue, Orange and Red Lines).

FREE parking is available at the PMI garage located on the North side of G Street between 13th and 14th Streets, if you arrive at the garage after 5:00 p.m. and purchase food and/or drinks at the National Press Club. Just bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.