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Honoring those who have and are serving our country in U.S. Military. Food and Retail Vendors, Military History Displays and Reenactments, Vintage Military Vehicle Displays, USO Style Entertainment Live on stage. There is no charge to the public for this event, but donations would be appreciated.
So come out and enjoy the music, bring your family, friends, sun screen and lawn chairs.


Address : 601 SE 36th Street Newton KS
Phone : Douglas Croft   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : FREE


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