(LAS VEGAS) – Armed Forces and Military Veterans Appreciation Inc., a local nonprofit, announced today that Las Vegas Paving has returned as Title Sponsor as 4-star sponsor of the7th annual Armed Forces Military Veterans and First Responders Appreciation Day celebration. Set for October 16, at the beautiful Craig Ranch Regional Park, the event will recognize the sacrifices and dedication of the men and women who serve our country by paying tribute to all active and retired military personnel, first responders, and their immediate families.
As part of its “Thank you” celebration, guests with valid first responder military identification or veteran’s card will receive a free lunch.
“After a year hiatus, we look forward to our community joining us once again to pay tribute to our men and women who serve us near and far each day. To ensure our safety and freedom daily!” said Co-chairman City of North Las Vegas, Mayor Pro Tempro Richard Cherchio.
There will be an array of vendors from throughout the community to lend their support. There will be e live entertainment, food trucks, vendors, classic car shows, children’s area, John Mull’s Meat will be on the grill.
The fun kicks off from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Craig Ranch Regional Park, located at 628 W Craig Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89032.
This FREE event open to the public is made possible by the generous donations of our sponsors, Poker Palace Casino, Nathan Adelson, Boyd Gaming, Grand Canyon University, NV Energy Foundation, FirstNet, Republic Services, Periwinkle Group, John Mull’s Meadow Gold, Fifth Avenue Restaurant, Krispy Kreme, Storage One and numerous volunteers.
To volunteer or request more information, please visit www.nlvevents4military.org, call 702 321-1075, or send an email to email@example.com.
About Armed Forces and Military Veterans Appreciation Inc.
Armed Forces and Military Veterans Appreciation Inc. (AFMVA) was established in 2014 to carry out its mission of support and assistance. Our goal is to provide help in job connection, education, relocation, and transition from active duty to civilian life alongside our North Las Vegas Veterans Community Commission. On June 15, 2016,
North Las Vegas mayor and council adopted a resolution that will now honor those who have lost their lives, along with our active military who have and continue to serve our country. They will be celebrated every second Saturday in September of each year.