Greeting Patriots,

The Rally is coming quickly!

20th Annual POW*MIA Awareness Rally
July 24 & 25, 2020
Bannock County Event Center Fairgrounds, Pocatello
Come and catch up with the many exciting things being planned for this year’s Rally and find a place that you would like to volunteer. There are still open spaces on the Ever Livin’ Ever Lovin’ team leader job sheet. We would love to have you fill in one of those opening; just get with a team leader to find the perfect fit for you. We could use your help! It takes a lot of willing bodies to pull
off the Rally and all the many other events we participate in.
Can you believe that this is our 20-year anniversary? We will be putting a 20th Anniversary Retrospective Display together to showcase this big accomplishment. A lot has happened in 20 years. If you have any ideas, pictures, or items you feel should be included, please get with us
The bands that will be playing at the Rally have been announced. We are very excited to have them, and they are very excited to be a part of the Rally!
A few of us were able to attend the Elko Chili Feed.  It was a lot of fun and a great success. They were able to raise enough to be able to donate $11,500 to the
!National League of POW/MIA Families. Way to go Elko!
Upcoming Events:
The American Legion Riders Annual Winter Motorcycle Swap Meet will be held Saturday, February 29, 9am-2pm at the Bannock County Veterans Memorial Building 300 N. Johnson
Coming up in March:
General Membership Meeting Friday, March 20, 7pm Liberty Hall

Chrome in the Dome at Holt Arena
Friday, March 20th, 2pm-9pm & Saturday, March 21st, 9am-7pm
Adults $5 children 12 and under free
Pins & Patches Trailer will be there

The generous ladies at the Sewing Room are looking for old t-shirts to make a quilt for raffle at the Rally. They always do such a great job making us a beautiful quilt. If you have any t-shirts with military designs, old rally shirts, or even old military uniforms that you would like to get rid of please
contact Teresa @ 208-648-8079.

Tim Cowden, Director
POW*MIA Awareness Rally Association-

“Team America”
Doing the Right Thing