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Greetings Veterans and Patriots,

We made our goal at the Blood Drive! In our 16 years of hosting the Bikers for Blood Community Blood Drive, we have now exceed 1100 units of blood collected. Thank you all who took time out of your day to give the gift of life!

The Night Lights Parade was a lot of fun. The float looked great. Thank you to all that helped. A special thanks go to Dawn and Eve for taking the lead on that.


Thank you to everyone that attended November’s General Meeting and participated in the discussion. There were many good ideas and suggestions brought up. I really appreciate the input. Let’s keep the conversation going.

The Christmas Party will be held in lieu of December General Meeting is Friday, December 17th 7pm at Liberty Hall, 325 W Benton.  Everyone is invited!
This is a potluck event so please bring a dish or dessert to share and whatever you are drinking.  There will be a prize for the Best Who attire.

Saturday, December 18th join us for Wreaths Across America at 10am at Brady Chapel in the Mountain View Cemetery, 1520 S. 5th Ave, Pocatello. The ceremony is put on by Civil Air Patrol and then wreaths are placed.  Everyone is welcome.  This event is coordinated with the laying of wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery and over 2,100 other cemeteries across the country.

Once everyone has had a chance to recover from the holidays, we will be looking for help to get our 22nd Rally and Rodeo underway. Mark your calendars!

22nd Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally
July 22 & 23, 2022
Bannock County Event Center Fairgrounds, Pocatello

Thank you,

Brandon Bennett, Director
POW*MIA Awareness Rally Association – Pocatello
co@powmiarodeo.org
208-360-6968

Upcoming Events:

Christmas Party in lieu of the December General Member Meeting
Friday, December 17th at 7pm
Liberty Hall, 325 W Benton, Pocatello
This is a potluck event so please bring a dish or dessert to share and whatever you are drinking.  Everyone is invited! There will be a prize for the Best Who attire.

Wreath Across America
Saturday, December 18th at 10am
Brady Chapel, Mountain View Cemetery, 1520 S 5th Ave, Pocatello
The ceremony is put on by Civil Air Patrol and then wreaths are placed.  Everyone is welcome.  This event is coordinated with the laying of wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery and over 2,100 other cemeteries across the country.