Sixth Region Spring Meeting
hosted by the Central California Chapter
2018 Sixth Region Spring Meeting will be held on April
12-14, 2018 at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District
building in Clovis, CA.
There are two themes
this year: "Soldier Readiness" and "Recruiting."
Thursday, April 12, 2018, the hotel shuttle will
transport you from the airport to Homewood Suites in
Clovis, CA to check-in. and receive your packets after
which you will be transported to the Clovis Memorial
District Building. A mixer will be taking place for
about an hour after which there will be a formal opening
will be accepting late registrations on the morning of
Friday, April 13, 2018 at the Clovis Veterans Memorial
District building at 0700. There will be a special visit
to the Veterans Memorial Museum the “Home of the Legion
of Valor” starting at 0800 from the Clovis Veterans
Memorial District building followed by lunch at Joe’s
Steakhouse. We will then proceed to The California Air
National Guard Base in Fresno for a tour of the 144th
Fighter Wing and return to the Clovis Veterans Memorial
District building for the Hmong Story accompanied by a
buffet Dinner along with a concert preformed by the
Association of the United States Army Sounds of Freedom
Military Concert Band
Saturday, April 14, 2018 will bring about our business
day with a special panel of guests from local Veterans
agencies discussing issues regarding how to join the
military today and patriots of all types. The day will
culminate with our Sixth Region Annual Awards and Black
Tie Banquet. Our banquet guest speaker this year is
General Carter Ham our National President.
Here is more detailed information
and a registration form.
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in the Pacific Northwest
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States Army has worked to support all aspects of national security
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women who serve.
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