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The patches of the four regiments who trained at Camp Toccoa at Currahee


The purpose of the Camp Toccoa at Currahee Project (a 501C3 non-profit organization) is to celebrate the lives and contributions of the 6,000 “Toccoa men” who trained on Currahee Mountain during World War II.  The project will encourage visitors to see, hear and feel what those men experienced on that hallowed ground and took with them as they served their country around the world.

When you read the scope of this project, you may wonder how something of this magnitude can be accomplished by volunteers in a small Northeast Georgia town. The reality is that Camp Toccoa at Currahee does not belong to this community; it belongs to the world! Without each of us committing to this project, the heritage and legacy of leadership will be lost forever.

Cynthia Brown
By: Cynthia Brown - Chairperson / Steering Committee