Date(s) - Tuesday, November 7, 2017
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Category(ies) No Categories
***Postponed due to a lack of registrants. Speaker will reschedule for a future date.***
Medals of Honor founder Amy Cotta began running in combat boots in 2011 to fight the sadness of her then 18-year-old son leaving home for Marine Corps boot camp. After competing in endurance events wearing boots Amy discovered it could be a way to honor fallen military. Active since 2015, this organization has extended to nearly every state in the union, and helped over 500 families.
Come hear Ms. Cotta talk about her experience and how the organization has spread across the country and helped out military families. http://medalsofhonor.org/
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