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Armed Forces Day Military Themed Scavenger Hunt

Published on May 19, 2018
Armed Forces Day Military Themed Scavenger Hunt
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Date(s) - 05/19/2018
9:00 am

My Warriors Place


Armed Forces Day Military Themed Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, May 19

9 AM

My Warriors Place

101 22nd Street NW

Ruskin, Florida 33570

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“My Warriors Place”

The Tampa Bay Area Veteran’s Alliance (TBAVA), will be sponsoring a fundraising ride on Armed Forces Day (May 19, 2018). This year’s Ride for the Fallen will be a Military Themed Scavenger Hunt. This ride will start and end at:

“My Warriors Place”
101 22nd Street NW,
Ruskin FL 33570.

Pre-Registration at:
Motorcycles and Cars Welcome
Rain Date: June 2, 2018
Cost: Rider $15 Passenger $5

My Warrior’s Place and all those involved with My Warrior’s Place understand that there are no words that can express how grateful we are to those who make the sacrifice by serving in the Armed Forces so that we have the opportunity to live in the land of the free. There are absolutely no words that can be said to comfort those families whose loved one(s) gave the ultimate sacrifice while protecting us and our country. We will never be able to thank you enough.

My Warriors Place is a Retreat Center for Veterans, Military Service Members, First Responders, Gold Star, Blue Star and Silver Star Families. Additionally, My Warrior’s Place offers several amazing programs for those who have put their life on the line for our safety and well-being, endured the death of a Fallen Warrior and/or experienced the horrors of war. Each program offered by My Warrior’s Place plays an important role in the healing and coping process, and the support that is obtained through these programs is priceless!

This ride helps to fund Project Corregidor – Grief & Peer Mentoring Program that My Warrior’s Place conducts for Vets and Service Members returning from deployments, after enduring the death of a comrade.