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NORTH AMERICAN PRESERVATION OF MONUMENTS
of the
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA

GAURDIAN PROGRAM

The North American Preservation of Monuments (NAPOM) has instituted a special program to honor, guard, and keep a close visual of our Confederate Monuments and to help ensure the preservation of these Monuments by reporting vandalism or a threat of removal. Each Guardian must Report such activities to the North American Preservation of Monuments' Committee.

All, Sons of Confederate Veterans, and United Daughters of the Confederacy, who are willing to serve in this special capacity, All Compatriots and Daughters are encouraged to participate in this most worthwhile program to Honor and Preserve our Confederate Monuments.

Guardians shall care for and protect Confederate Monuments by ensuring that the site is kept clean and well maintained year round. He/She shall be responsible for reporting any Vandalism to the said Monument, and to report such activities to proper committee members. He/She shall personally visit the Monument a minimum of three times a year, to include Confederate Memorial Day, or at least one week prior, when, He/She shall place either a wreath or small Confederate Flag, or both, on the Monument.

Individuals who wish to become a Monument Guardian must complete an Application form and submit it to the Chairman of the North American Preservation of Monuments' Guardian Review Committee, to be registered into the Monument Guardian Program. Each member will receive a Monument Guardian Certificate stating his Monument of Guardenship.

For more information about the program and how to apply Contact:
          Camp Commander
          Bobby W. Smith Sr.
          770 VZ CR 1517
          Grand Saline, Texas 75140
          903-245-5631

Designed for the North American Preservation of Monuments
by Bobby W. Smith
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