The BHRCM, headed by Beau Richards out of Burbank, CA has updated their website at opens in a new windowBHRCM.com for all to enjoy. It is an outstanding website with some very interesting Blackhorse history videos and an array of pictures of the chapter’s recent visits to the Regiment at Fort Irwin.
Our BHRCM Chapter is known all over the country but especially in California where they are deeply involved in supporting the Regiment at Ft. Irwin from Christmas toys for the children of our soldiers to fundraising support throughout southern California.
Members and friends, get your BHRCM memorabilia and join them for the Blackhorse Regiment’s Annual Motorcycle Rally at the Blackhorse Family Reunion in Houston from 9 – 13 June 2010.
You should all have received your 1901 donation mail-outs by now. We ask that you consider purchasing the five $20 tickets and returning your donation in the self-addressed envelope that is included. This is our major annual donation request. It is through this donation program that we fund the operations of the Association—-newsletters, website, e-news program, trooper support programs and statutory filings and tax filings. Please take time now to return your donation so that we can advance the revitalization of our Association.
The Regiment’s roundout squadron, opens in a new window1-221 Cav, returns later this month after a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. We are working hard to be able to provide each of the 760 member squadron with a set of combat spurs. You may contribute to the spur initiative by visiting our website and opens in a new windowdonating online. Be sure to select “operating fund” and note in the comments block that your donation is for combat spurs.
BLACKHORSE FAMILY REUNION- HOUSTON, 9-13 JUNE 2010
Big family reunion with an interesting and fun filled agenda in Houston this year. Check the Reunion Committee’s website at opens in a new windowwww.blackhorse.com for a complete description and registration forms.
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