Reflecting on that horrendous day of 9/11 at the Freedom Tower and memorial in New York is a somber experience and for thousands if not millions will always be stingingly painful. Many young men and women saw that day as a call to arms and signed up to protect our country and our way of life which includes the son of the Permission To Start Dreaming organization. His cousin was killed at the Pentagon that day leaving an indelible mark to the heart and soul of her family left behind.
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Celebrate the end of summer and increase support for soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury at a Sept. 30 beer and music festival on the drag strip at Bremerton Motorsports Park.
Tickets to Drafts & Drums on the Drag are now on sale. The event features three bands, eight local breweries and a vintage car show in an open-air festival fundraiser on the Bremerton drag strip. The Sept. 30 event runs from 2 to 8 p.m. and kicks off with an opening ceremony saluting the community’s soldiers.
Once again, we're grateful to have the Tom Taylor Family YMCA as the start and finish location for the Sixth Annual Race For A Soldier Half Marathon. Race participants are welcome to access the facility at no cost after the race.
Like last year, child care will be included with this year's race if you register by September 18th and while space is available.
Trap shooters will be back in action for the second-annual Pull For a Soldier tournament Sept. 8 at the Gig Harbor Sportsman's Club.
The tournament supports the Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation, a Gig Harbor-based foundation that raises funds for alternative therapy programs that help veterans and their families find a light through the darkness of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
The organizers of Triggrcon are inviting every veteran and military service member to be a Triggrcon VIP for the day on Friday, July 28, 2017, at the Tacoma Convention Center from 11:00 AM to 4:00PM. For VIP registration for the conference CLICK HERE.
After 25 years in Tacoma as The Old Town Blues Festival, this widely popular event is moving to Gig Harbor! The festival will take place on the grassy fields behind the Gig Harbor Sportsman's Club. In addition to great live music, there will also be food, a local vendors and a beer garden.
Plus, once again the proceeds of this event will help support the Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation!