Successful Inaugural Golf Tournament

jason corey andrew tori The rain held off and the tournament was a huge success. Over 100 golfers met early Monday morning, October 13th with one goal in mind, to support our nations severely wounded.  The golf ball launch from the AR-15 on hole #13 was a unique part of our tournament, which gave everyone an opportunity to get a really long drive.

Special thanks to Oh Boy Sports, KENCO, Capital Toyota, The Pool Place, Frost Cutlery, Integrity Chevrolet and our many area businesses who sponsored holes, flags and/or donated items for the raffle and silent auction.  Also, a special thank you to Jim Zink for chairing our golf committee.

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all-day Veterans Day Gift Card Campaign
Veterans Day Gift Card Campaign
Nov 11 all-day
Let’s say thank you to our veterans this Veterans Day with a gift card.  The Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation will be taking the gift cards [...]

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American Heroes Dinner

On the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Friday June 6, 2014, at a sold-out event at The Chattanoogan Hotel, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, those that served and sacrificed on behalf of our country were honored and remembered.  We were privileged to have

Veterans Day 2014

It’s that time of year again! Lets see if we can top our campaign last year where we gathered and distributed over $5,000 worth of gift cards to our wounded men and women at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.