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BRANSON VETERANS HOMECOMING  EVENTS 2018

NOVEMBER 5-11, 2018

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR VETERANS WEEK

VENDOR VILLAGE
Branson Veterans Task Force NOVEMBER 5-10, 2018
 at Ballparks of America Complex
1000 Pat Nash Drive Building 1
 Missouri 65616. Call 417-337-8387
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The 2018 Spring Bugle
 will be online about March 15

The Branson Bugle is online now for Fall 2018.  CLICK HERE
Information about Veterans Week is in this publication.
If you have any questions please call 417-337-8387.

 VETS FOR VETS MOVE TO THE MANSION

Yakov Joins Vets for Vets Line Up

 
Yakov Smirnoff will be featured guest at the 2018 Vets for Vets Celebration Show, 2 p.m. Nov. 5 in the Mansion Theater, 189 Expressway Lane. The celebration, fashioned after a USO-style production, consists of military veteran entertainers or former United Service Organization (USO) alumni.
 
The unique line-up of performing and viewing veterans drew Yakov, who has entertained veterans and troops stateside and abroad, to perform at Vets for Vets.  “I love being in Branson and seeing all the Veterans, the active military, and their families,” Smirnoff said. “That's one of the reasons I choose to bring my show back to Branson during Veterans Homecoming Week.” 

Vets for Vets is a free show for vets and their families. No tickets are issued and seating is on a first come basis. It is one of several events that serves to kick off Veterans Homecoming Week, Nov. 5-11. 
 
This will be the show’s seventh year in Branson and Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex second year as a sponsor. 
Paul Bluto, Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex owner,  said sponsoring Vets for Vets again is “our family's way of saying 'thank you.’” The “family” includes McFarlain’s Family and Florentina's Ristorante Italiano. 
 
Familiar face on the Vets for Vets docket include ventriloquist/singer Jim Barber, Barbara Fairchild with Roy Morris, Brandon and Megan Mabe of the Baldknobbers, The Bretts, Gordy and Debbie, The Sunshine Dancers, with Vietnam Vet Norvin Breek, broadway performer Peggy Lee Brennan, The Golden Sounds of the Platters with Vietnam veteran Eddie Stovall and more.  
 
“Only in America would this be possible,” said Yakov. “That a Russian could become an American, and ‘Make America Laugh Again’! What A Country!”
 
A donation for the Branson Veterans Task Force (a 501c organization, bransonveterans.com) will be received.
Call 417-337-8387 or email bvtf-mo@hotmail.com.


 

WWII Veterans who came to Branson in 2014 to enjoy the Veterans Village Dayroom

The Branson Veterans Task Force is a 501 (c)(3) organization with a mission of recognizing veterans, fostering
patriotism and educating the community on the accomplishments and the history of our veterans.
Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the IRS rules and regulations.

 

 

MAILING ADDRESS:
Branson Veterans Task Force
P.O. Box 128
Branson, Mo 65616
Phone: 417-337-8387