Date(s) & Time(s)::
May 10, 2014
Location: Hosted by American Legion Riders Post 7 Huntington
Phone: 260 450 2083
The world's largest traveling roadshow coming soon to your area. Experts are available to examine your antiques, collectables, rare coins, rare currency, vintage guitars, and more.
This event is free, open to the public with no item limits.
Please join the Treasure Hunters Roadshow at the:
Norwood Golf Club, 5961 W. Maple Grove Rd., Huntington, IN
Tues. 01/18/11 - Fri. 01/21/11 from 9am to 6pm
Sat. 01/22/11 from 9 am to 4 pm
Proceeds: Military Veteran Project a 100% volunteer led Organization that advocates, educates and honors Military Vets and their families.
Founded by Melissa Jarboe in honor of her husband SSG Jamie Jarboe (from Indiana) who passed away on March 21, 2012 after being wounded April 2011, when SSG Jarboe was shot by a sniper’s bullet in the Zhari District of Afghanistan. The 7.62 bullet from an AK 47 Rifle penetrated SSG Jarboes Spine leaving him a quadriplegic and paralyzed from his chest down. SSG Jarboe never gave up the fight on the battlefield nor did his wife Melissa. Once they returned to American Soil, they spent 11 months inside 7 different hospitals. SSG Jarboe in his last days made his wife, Melissa promise to take care of my soldiers don’t ever let them forget they have our support.
The 501c3 nonprofit organization was created in SSG Jarboes name and then the name was changed in 2013 to the Military Veteran Project.
Sat. May 10th
Registration for State of Indiana Riders: 8am at Huntington North High School (cost is $15.00 per bike)
9am Huntington VFW will present Colors
The National Anthem will be sung by Jason McCoy an Afghanistan Veteran
Ed Hippensteel Chaplin of American Legion Post 7 prayer
Huntington Mayor Brooks will say few words
At 9:15 the reading of the 149 names of Hoosiers Killed in Action since Desert Storm.
The ride will include 3 stops:
Escort by Huntington Police Dept. EJ Carroll
Huntington County Sheriff Stoffel
Escorted by Various Police from South Adams High School Berne; Belmont High School Decatur and the Veterans Shrine on Odey Rd.
Returning to Post 7 for Welcome and Open house
Contact Kevin Grant for more information: 260 450 2083
His email is: email@example.com
American Legion Post 7 is honored to be chosen to represent Indiana for the Military Veteran Project.
This is our first year and we are hoping you can attend.
All registrants will be given a photo of a Military Hero who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The photo may be carried in hand or attached to the bike/car as a reminder of the sacrifices they made. Knowing they died for us, we will ride for them on this day, in their honor, as we keep their memory alive. Their sacrifices will not be in vain. Let us never forget the price they paid for our freedom.
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