FOR INFORMATION ON THIS CHAPTER PLEASE CONTACT:
David Bennett – Chapter President
Kansas City, Missouri
The Chapter’s second Zoom Meeting was held Monday May 6th. Guest Speaker and Chapter member Peter Grande, of Leavenworth, Kansas, presented “HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES DISCIPLINARY BARRACKS – FORT LEAVENWORTH.”
The presentation was highly fascinating and Peter did a masterful job recounting the history of the Disciplinary Barracks.
Dave Bennett shared and discussed some of his collectibles, including a Nathan Starr 1813 Cavalry saber and an 1862 dated Corporals
appointment in the 9th Cavalry, Missouri State Militia signed by Colonel Odom Guitar.
Paul Rosewitz, St. Louis Chapter President, was invited to attend and give an update from the National meeting, specifically
information regarding the 2024 National Meeting in order for chapter members to start planning attendance.
Our condolences to chapter member Bill Jordan, who was unable to attend due to the passing of his father.
Several members attended the Kansas City Collectors Club military Show held in Overland Park Kansas on May 6th.
Our next Zoom Meeting will be held the 2nd Monday of June, the 12th at 7pm central.
Contact David Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org for log in details.
The Chapter’s first Zoom Meeting was held April 10th. Guest Speaker Bill Jordan, Red Oak, Iowa,
presented “THE HISTORY OF THE US ARMY REMOUNT PROGRAM 1800-1942” which was
well received. A couple of collectibles were shared by those members in attendance. Attendees
were from Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Mark Kasal VP of Membership joined the call as well.
Our next Zoom Meeting will be held the 2nd Monday of May, the 8th at 7pm. Contact David
Bennett at email@example.com for an invite.
Several members are planning to attend the Kansas City Military Collectors Club Show on May 6th, in Overland Park, Kansas.
the War of 1812 in the West Symposium was very successful and well attended.
- Fort Leavenworth Visit, February 2018The annual Leavenworth, Kansas, military show in February 2018 was an occasion for a few Central Plains members and guests to gather to discuss the next field trip in the spring. In the picture...