Private Meeting with Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis May 24 2017
Sheriff Will Lewis
If you are a veteran, you are invited to come and hear our new Greenville County Sheriff, Will Lewis, speak to our Greenville MOAA Chapter.
When - 1130 HRS Wednesday May 24 2017
Where - Assembly Room (Room 126), SC National Guard Army Aviation Support Facility #2, 129 Connecticut Court, Greenville 29605 This address is in Donaldson Center and will show up in your GPS or in Google Maps.
Food - $10 for BBQ catered by Bucky’s BBQ
Invitees - Any veteran with a form of Veteran ID (military ID, VA Medical Card, DD214, SC Driver License with Veteran Designation). Admission status will be checked at the gate. Each veteran may bring one spouse.
Membership in the MOAA National organization is a prerequisite to joining the Greenville Chapter
Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis will be the guest speaker at the membership luncheon of the Greenville Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America on Wednesday, May24. The meeting will be in the Assembly Room, first floor of the Army Aviation Support Facility Number 2, Donaldson Center, Greenville, starting at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be catered by Bucky’s BBQ at a price of $10.00 per person of which $2.50 will go to the ROTC Scholarship Fund. Sheriff Lewis’ remarks will begin at 12:15 p.m. He will talk about the threats facing county residents and his strategies and programs to protect residents from these threats. This event is open to invited members of veterans’ organizations in the upstate and members’ guests. LTC Charles Lewis, USA, commands the aviation support facility and is graciously hosting this venue. He has arranged for a security person at the gate 129 Connecticut Court, Greenville 29605 to admit attendees and give directions. Proof of veteran status will be required for admission to the facility. This is another in a series of MOAA membership programs to inform officers and guests as we fulfill our commissioning oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. Military officers and veterans are patriotic leaders in their communities and their status is more important than ever as we face foreign enemies infiltrating our porous borders and domestic enemies abusing their citizenship status to aid and abet hatred of our free society.
Rob Holloway CW4 USA Ret Chapter President 2017 MOAA Greenville SC
For over 80 years, MOAA has been serving those who serve their country. With more than 370,000 members from every branch of service, including active duty, retired, Guard and Reserve officers, and their families, we’re proud to be the country’s largest and most influential military officers association.