We support and pledge to defend the Constitution of the United States and the rights of every citizen to enjoy the liberties set forth in that document. To that end, we encourage the preservation of historic landmarks for the benefit of present and future patriots, so that they may never forget the sacrifices of our founding fathers and the patriots who continue to serve and defend this great nation. We also support the education of all citizens and teach respect and proper care of the American Flag.
How old is Eagleville Camp #523
by Stanley Sarnocinski on 10/22/19
Eagleville Camp #523 was founded in 1901 in the village of Trooper, PA .
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM CAMP #523
Washington Camp #523 Brothers John Puzio, Dave McQuirns, Ken Smith, and Tony Goreski place wreaths on Veterans graves at Christ Church, Old Swedes in Swedesburg, PA and on Veterans graves at Washington Memorial Chapel's cemetery in Valley Forge National Park