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Several Options to Help Honor Flight

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If you have a few dollars to spare, you can attend a fundraising banquet for the Big Sky Honor Flight this Friday night.

A Night To Salute Service And Sacrifice will be at the Northern Hotel, starting at 5:45 PM. Mike Boettcher, a Peabody and Emmy award-winning correspondent from ABC news, will be the featured guest.

Three tables still need to be sold. Single tickets can be purchased for $100 prior to the event. If you wait until the night of the event, it will be $125 per ticket.

The next Big Sky Honor Flight leaves from Billings October 13th, and more funds need to be raised for the upcoming flight.

If you want to help veterans to get to Washington, D.C. on the next Big Sky Honor Flight, but don't have money to do it, you can help just by clicking an online link.

Big Sky Honor Flight is one of five charities vying for a portion of 20-thousand dollars. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans wants you to cast your vote, and the percentage will determine how they divvy up that money.

All you need to do is give some basic information, and be over 16 to vote. Just click on Connections to go vote.

Voting will remain open until Sunday, September 29th.

A Night To Salute Service

 

If you have a fewdollars to spare, you can attend a fundraising banquet for the Big Sky Honor Flightthis Friday night.   

 

A Night To SaluteService And Sacrifice will be at the Northern Hotel, starting at 5:45 PM. MikeBoettcher, a Peabody and Emmy award-winning correspondent from ABC news, willbe the featured guest.

 

Three tables still needto be sold. Single tickets can be purchased for $100 prior to the event.  If you wait until the night of the event, itwill be $125 per ticket.

 

The next Big Sky HonorFlight leaves from Billings October 13th, and more funds need to be raised forthe upcoming flight.

 

If you want to helpveterans to get to Washington, D.C. on the next Big Sky Honor Flight, but don'thave money to do it, you can help just by clicking an online link.

 

Big Sky Honor Flight isone of five charities vying for a portion of 20-thousand dollars. Thrivent Financialfor Lutherans wants you to cast your vote, and the percentage will determinehow they divvy up that money.

 

All you need to do isgive some basic information, and be over 16 to vote. Just click on Connectionsto go vote.

 

Voting will remain open until Sunday, September 29th.

A Night To Salute Service

If you have a few dollars to spare, you can attend a fundraising banquet for the Big Sky Honor Flight this Friday night.

A Night To Salute Service And Sacrifice will be at the Northern Hotel, starting at 5:45 PM. Mike Boettcher, a Peabody and Emmy award-winning correspondent from ABC news, will be the featured guest.

Three tables still need to be sold. Single tickets can be purchased for $100 prior to the event. If you wait until the night of the event, it will be $125 per ticket.

The next Big Sky Honor Flight leaves from Billings October 13th, and more funds need to be raised for the upcoming flight.

If you want to help veterans to get to Washington, D.C. on the next Big Sky Honor Flight, but don't have money to do it, you can help just by clicking an online link.

Big Sky Honor Flight is one of five charities vying for a portion of 20-thousand dollars. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans wants you to cast your vote, and the percentage will determine how they divvy up that money.

All you need to do is give some basic information, and be over 16 to vote. Just click on Connections to go vote.

Voting will remain open until Sunday, September 29th.

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