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Comedy benefit to send heroes to memorial

6:14 PM, Apr. 18, 2013  |  Comments
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On April 27, there will be a benefit comedy show to raise money for the Old Glory Honor Flight of Northeast Wisconsin. The event will be held at Parrot Palms, 248 N. Hickory St., in Fond du Lac. The show will start at 8 p.m. and the cost is $10 per person.

The mission of the Honor Flight Network is to offer WWII Veterans a memorable, safe and rewarding tour of our nation's capitol. Each of the flights leaves the Outagamie Airport in Appleton and returns the same day after visiting several sites around Washington DC. Most importantly, the veterans are able to visit the memorials dedicated in their honor including the World War II Memorial, the Iwo Jim a Memorial, and the Vietnam War Memorial, as well as Arlington National Cemetery. The World War II Memorial was recently dedicated in 2004, and far too many of our nation's heroes have never had the chance to visit it.

This is the chance to change that, by helping to raise money needed to sponsor a flight to Washington DC, so stop in for a fun filled evening with the comedic antics of Alan Gregory, Sean Patrick Moore, Josh Rueden, Tommy V, "Uncle Mikey" O'Neil, and hosted by James Thorn.

Tickets can be purchased in advance for the show at the Parrot Palms or order tickets online at www.heartlandcomedyexpress.com

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