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"The Buffalo Soldiers" 18th Annual Chapter Awards and Recognition Banquet
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: March 9, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Show map
Marriott Hotel
5700 Westpark Drive
Charlotte, NC 28217

Contact: Trooper Leak
Phone: 336.392.3546
Email: atlantis4you@aol.com

“The Buffalo Soldiers” Greater North Carolina Chapter Announces its 18th Annual Chapter Awards and Recognition Banquet. Room Reservations rate is $99.00 per night plus tax and can be made by calling 800.359.7961 (ask for “The Buffalo Soldiers” room block). The theme for this historical occasion is “Embracing History:  Past, Present and Future” as we celebrate and recognize Women History Month.

Advance tickets for this Black tie event are $50.00 per person with payment being due by 28 February 2013.  For tickets or ticket information mail Check/Money Order to BSGNCC, P.O. Box 1853, Salisbury, North Carolina 28145-1853 or contact Trooper Leak (336.399.0728), Trooper Browne (336.392.3546), Trooper Kingsberry (704.622.0040) or Trooper Rogers (704.516.4173).

Proceeds from this event will go towards the chapter’s Scholarship Fun where the chapter awards annual scholarships to students either awaiting to attend college or currently enrolled.

www.ncbuffalosoldiers.org




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