Final days to order at the Blackhorse Store – Blackhorse Association News
December 16, 2009 January 3, 2019
These are the final days to order at opens in a new windowwww.blackhorsestore.org to receive your Blackhorse merchandise in time for Christmas! There is a wide selection of new 11th ACR memorabilia, clothing and other merchandise items available on our site. Don’t forget that our long term web store objective is to provide scholarship funds for our kids in part from the proceeds of Blackhorse Store sales. Buy from your Blackhorse Association Store to support the Scholarship Fund for the kids of the Regiment, as well as to receive great 11th ACR gift items.
1. Our Regiment has asked for our support in two important events in the lives of the Troopers.
First, 1/221 Cavalry completes their Afghanistan rotation in late March 2010 and wish to provide "Wellington Combat Spurs" to their 760 returning heroes. We will make every effort to solicit funds for our NVNG roundout squadron.
Second, the Regimental Spring Ball will be held in Las Vegas at the end of March 2010 and they have asked for any financial assistance we might be able to generate to helpreduce the costs for Troopers. This assistance is reserved for Troopers only. Our help would be used to reduce the individual Trooper hotel room cost.
Donations may be sent to:
CPT. Monica Mahoney
HQ., 11th ACR
Fort Irwin, CA 92310
Donations may also be processed through our online PayPal account at opens in a new windowwww.blackhorse.org by selecting "Operating Fund". Specify "Spurs"or "Soldiers Ball" in the comments section while making your credit card donation.
2. You may begin now to register for the 2010 Houston Reunion to be held from 9 – 13 June 2010. See the many interesting events and details of reunion activities on our website at the Programs/Reunions link or go directly to the reunion committee’s website at opens in a new windowwww.blackhorse.com. Printable registration forms are provided. Plan now to join in the fun and celebration.
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