2016 PTSD Awareness March
We are honored to conduct a Ruck March in Honor of Gary D. Brewer. Gary served our Great Nation in the United States Army for over 12 years. He then trasnferred to the Indiana Air National Guard with the 181st Fighter Wing out of Terre Haute. Master Sergeant Brewer retired in 1993 with over 26 years of service for our Freedoms.
We will be Marchin in his honor beginning Friday, April 21st, 2017. We will conlude Gary's March of Honor on the 22nd at the Worthington, Indiana, American Legion Post 106. We ask that any contributions be made to the Romans Warrior Foundation at the request of Mrs. Judy Brewer.
In May, we will begin to clear out, repair, build, and prepare the trails and cabin locations aboard the 22 acres of land desginated at the initial site of the RWF Program. This is an instrumental moment in our legacy to provide our resources to our Nations Heroes.
Memorial March in May for the 22
May 13th, the Romans Warrior Foundation in coordination with the American Infidels Veterans Motorcycle Club of North Carolina, will be marching 22 miles in May in Honor of the 22 Veterans a Day that succumb to Veterans Suicide. At the conclusion of the march, the AIVMCNC will be hosting an after party in support of the NC Wounded Vets Run.
The Bloomfield, Indiana Chamber of Commerce has invited us to join them on February 2nd for their monthly dinner. We hope to share our adventures from last year and our vision for 2017 and beyond. Our goals are constant yet the journey on how we obtain them has consistantly grown since the beginning of this organization.
Come one, come all as the Oden Tavern proudly presents the RWF Cornhole Tournament on February 4th at the Green County Economic Development Center. Registration will be at the door at this double elimination event.
On the 25th of February, we are hosting five families for a Paoli Peaks Adventure. This will be a twilight event on a Saturday night. Sponsorship opportunites are available.
On Thursday, January 19th, our Founder was honored with being the keynote speaker for the Linton-Stockton Chamber of Commerce Dinner. We would like to extend our congratulations to the evenings award recipients. We also would like to recognize the hard work of the past President, Tracy Keen and welcome the new President Greg Sapp. It was a privilege to speak to such a generous and esteemed crowd. Thank you Cheryl Hamilton for having us and Patti Danner for introducing us. It was a great night for all! While there was barley a dry eye by nights end, the culmination of the evening raised over $300 towards the Romans Warrior Foundation $1 Challenege and tickets sales netted over $770 towards the Foundation itself. Again, Thank You Greene County, Indiana for your generosity.
Saturday, January 21st, Brian was asked to speak to the membership of the Hubert VFD located in Hubert, NC. Brian retains loyalty to the area and the citizens of the Hubert community and was honored to be the guest speaker for the evening. The message was simple; Teamwork, Volunteerism, and Community. The importance of volunteerism is to selflessly commit, without recognition, to assist others. In this case, the men and women of the Hubert Volunteer Fire Department responded to over 400 calls to response with a large number supporting mutual aid departments. These men and women are known as the Hubert Guardians and do a fantastic job assisting the community who supports them.