Starting Road With A Salute To Veterans

Patriotism is important at Road.   

To highlight our involvement with Operation Homefront and Quilted in Honor, this year’s show is starting off with a salute to veterans.

Please join us on the showroom floor on Thursday, January 23rd, at 11:40 a.m., for a special presentation.

Colony High School in Ontario, California will start the program with their marching drum corps.Colony High School

Renown quilter (and entertainer) Jerry Granata will be singing the National Anthem. exhibits__i4c6098

The Mayor of Ontario, Mayor Paul Leon, will offer some remarksPaul Leon

Followed by representatives from Operation Homefront  andVeterans

Island Batik, the leader for the fundraising initiative, Quilted in Honor, of which Road to California is a sponsor.Quilted in Honor 

Following their remarks, Carolyn Reese will be presenting a specially made quilt to Vietnam Veteran, Ron Baker.

A special way to begin Road to California 2014.

 

And don’t forget to visit the Special Exhibit, Quilted in Honor, located in the Exhibit Hall. Being featured is a collection from top industry celebrities and quilters donated to support military families and returning veterans. At the exhibit, guests can purchase limited edition Road to California Commemorative Tote Bags,  designed with quilts from the exhibit. The bags cost only $8.95.  Part of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to Operation Homefront.  Limited Tote

See you at the show when we pay tribute to our wonderful veterans.

2 thoughts on “Starting Road With A Salute To Veterans

  1. Janet Bander

    As a veteran of 20 years in the U. S. Navy, I thank you for this salute to all our men and women in the military.

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