USO Hangar Dance
March 25th, 2017
Most of us remember the USO through famous celebrities, like Bob Hope. The USO stands for United Service Organizations. It started in 1941 when President Franklin Roosevelt determined that private organizations could best handle on-leave recreation for the fast growing U.S. Armed Forces. The USO delivers a multitude of services in both war and peace. This non-profit organizations mission is still to this day to provide morale boosts and services for our men and women in uniform. Its slogan is, “Until Every One Comes Home.”
So, come home with us at the Dayton VA Medical Center as we celebrate our 150th year with one of the most time honored USO traditions, “The Hangar Dance.” Relive with us the WWII era music of Glenn Miller and Artie Shaw as we swing to the popular beats of that time. Partnering with the USO, City of Springboro, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart, come and dance the night away at the Heatherwoode Golf Club in Springboro. This event is to honor WWII or Korean Veteran for thier service. Event is invitation only. When you receive an invitation, be sure to RSVP early, seats are limited!
Event for WWII and Korean War Veterans (and 1 significant other) only.
DATE: SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2017
ADDRESS: HEATHERWOODE GOLF CLUB
LOCATION: HEATHERWOODE CLUBHOUSE
PERFORMING: BOMBSHELL SONG AND DANCE GROUP
TICKETS: INVITATION ONLY AND MUST RSVP IN ADVANCE
If you are or know a WWII or Korean War Veteran who is interested in attending, please call (937) 262-2162.
Dayton VA Medical Center presents in conjunction with the following community partners:
Bombshell Song and Dance Group
Cakes by Kati
City of Springboro
Disabled American Veterans
Heatherwoode Golf Club
Middletown Masonic Temple
Midwestern Wealth Management Raymond James
Military Order of the Purple Heart