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Greeting Patriots,

Please join us for the July Meeting is Friday, July 17th 7pm at Liberty Hall.


This will be your last chance to get tickets for a ride in a P-51! Get your tickets before we draw. We will be drawing 2 tickets for backseat rides in WWII era planes towards the end of the meeting. Good Luck to all of you that have bought tickets!

20th Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally
July 24 & 25, 2020
Bannock County Event Center Fairgrounds, Pocatello
Come join us at the meeting and get involved! If you are interested in volunteering please contact any board member and we will find a job for you. This Rally takes many hands to put on. Some positions are small, and some are big, but they are all important. Call and let us find the right position for you.
POW*MIA Awareness Rally & Rodeo
Thursday, July 23 Setup
Friday, July 24 1pm Gates Open
Saturday, July 25 7am 8am Gates Open
Sunday, July 26 7am Tear Down & Clean Up

Please read the attached June General Membership Meeting Minutes, so we will be able to take a vote to accept or amend them.

This is also the last meeting before the Rally. Can you believe the Rally is less than 2 weeks away? Hope you will be able to join us.

You can now make a donation to our association online.

Hope to see you all soon,

Tim Cowden, Director
POW*MIA Awareness Rally Association-
Pocatello
co@powmiarodeo.org

July Events

TODAY, July 14th
Tribute To the Fallen Ride – Tribute of Fallen Soldiers Northwest
Any riders or cages who want to join the escort into Pocatello, meet Cami at Liberty Hall.  KSU at 2pm.  We will rider to Rupert and follow the ride back to Pocatello.  We will be back in town at the Pocatello Elks Lodge at 5pm.  The Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce will have a ribbon cutting for this event at 5:15pm.
The Tribute Ride will stop to honor a total of 67 fallen service members while traveling through 14 states. They will be in Pocatello Tuesday, July 14.
Begins in Eugene, Oregon July 12 and ends at Arlington National Cemetery in DC August 2.
22-day 4000-mile cross country motorcycle escort for the Fallen Soldiers Memorial Flame.
Tuesday, July 14 Pocatello
More information can be found at tributetofallensoldiers.com