Honor Flight Kern County

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Upcoming Events 

  November 11 - Veterans Parade 2019, Honor Flight
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Veterans Day Parade 2019
The 100th Annual Veterans Parade sponsored by American Legion Post 26 had its largest crowd in recent years. The weather was perfect for the thousands of spectators and participants who joined together as ONE COMMUNITY supporting our veterans and active military.
It was a proud moment to see so many folks stand at attention and salute our beloved Honor Flight and other Heroes.
To all of our local veterans and active military:
THANK YOU, KERN COUNTY, FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT in sending 1,700 WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans to Washington DC to see THEIR memorials and receive honor for their military service!

November 14 - 8am-10am - Kern River Valley Monthly Breakfast (2nd Thursdays)
VFW Hall 2811 Nugget Ave. Lake Isabella - Please RSVP Gary Zuber (760) 379-2109. 
Please remember to wear your Honor Flight name badge, shirt or jacket

Thursday November 21 - 8-10 am - Ridgecrest Monthly Breakfast
USO Building, 230 W. Ridgecrest Blvd. Gary Zuber (760) 379-2109 (3rdThursdays).

November 23 - 9am - Tehachapi Monthly Breakfast
St. Malachy Church, 407 West E St.- Tom Stenson (661) 823-1036

December 3 9am-11am - Veteran Coffee & Donuts (1st Tuesdays)
Mix & Mingle with Veterans of all ages.Bakersfield Veterans Center: 1110 Golden State Ave. (661) 323-8387

  December 5 - 9:00am - Bakersfield Monthly Breakfast
American Legion Post 26 -  (1hr Thursday)
2020 H Street - FREE to All Honor Flight, all local WWII veterans.
Limit 1 guest $5.  No RSVP.  Arlene Aninion (661) 205-1478

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Honor Flight Kern County.
Many thanks to all those who have donated!

Your donations send our vets to see their memorials in Washington DC at no cost to them. 
You can donate to Honor Flight Kern County at any time by clicking the DONATE button below.

What do Honor Flight Kern County
Veterans say?

 From a Vietnam War Veteran:
“Words are inadequate to describe the raw emotions I felt nearly every waking moment while participating in the 26th Kern County Honor Flight…”


From a World War ll Veteran:
“I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for flying me to the greatest trip of my life to Washington D.C. When I came back I thought after the way I was treated that I had personally won the war…


From a World War ll Veteran:
“Thank you for all you do for us Honor Flight guys. It’s MUCH appreciated! I can’t remember a trip that impressive, particularly when I was selected to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier… what an honor! 

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