Friday, August 26, 2011

Army Airforce Footbal Game Tailgate

The information for the Tailgate for the A-AFA football game has been posted on our website.

Join the fun!!!  Remember to sign-up early so they'll know how much food to prepare!

Go here for the Flyer

Go here for the map to the Tailgate.


Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Team RWB (Red White & Blue)

This summer 3 USMA Old Grads/WPAOG-Denver members, 4 graduates of the Coast Guard Academy, and 5 others will be running in the Wild West Relay for Team Red, White and Blue (Team RWB).
Team RWB is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the way wounded veterans are reintegrated into society when they return from combat and exit their position in the Active Duty force or National Guard.   While much has improved since the post-Vietnam era, some polarization between veterans and our society still exists today. Strong relationships between wounded veterans and their fellow Americans are critical to veterans’ reintegration into civilian life as well as our nation’s success. 
That’s why Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of wounded veterans and their families. Team RWB works toward this mission by focusing on three key areas: 1) Endurance Events, 2) Social Leadership-Based Networks, 3) One-on-One Relationships with veterans. 
The Wild West Relay is a 200-mile relay race from Fort Collins to Steamboat Springs, CO. Our 12-person team will consist of men and women, veterans and family, Old Grads and Coasties, friends and colleagues focused on creating greater awareness on the needs of our veterans. While we will be providing the blood, sweat and tears that come along with such an event, the support that you provide will be making the true difference. If you are interested in supporting, there are many options. To donate to Team RWB, click here:
If you have a large SUV, van, or small camper that you are willing to donate, please contact Adam Brady at adam.brady02@gmail.com

Wild West Relay website: http://www.wildwestrelay.com/
-Jason Conner - Cl of 2002