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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

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San Tan Valley to Honor Arizona's Military Women


Veterans First and Jeff Senour, along with his award winning band CTS – Called to Serve, invite you to a memorable, uplifting event to honor and celebrate the service of our Arizona Military Women at the beautiful Combs Performing Arts Center, April 19, 2020

Through music and inspiration, we will honor and celebrate the service of our Arizona Military Women.

Important facts about women veterans: 
  • the total population of women veterans is expected to increase at an average rate of 18,000 women per year over the next 10 years. 
  • Women Veteran Population is 1,650,000 in the US and Puerto Rico with 46,399+ living in Arizona. 
  • In 2018, women represented 9.2% of the total veteran population of 18.2 million. 
  • Percentages of women veterans Post 9/11-33.2%, Pre 9/11-23.3%, Vietnam Era 13.1%, Korean 3.0%, WWII 2.5% and Peacetime is 24.9%. 
  • Percentage of Active Duty Females: Army 19%, Marine Corps 9%, Navy 15%, Air Force 20%, and Coast Guard 14%.

Festivities begin with VIP Guests flown in by an A-Star Helicopter from H5 Helicopters piloted by Jeff Senour at 2:15 p.m.

VIP guests include WWII Navy Veteran Ruth Ann Power, Korean/Vietnam Lt. Col. Jeanne Botwright, USMC, Ret, and Joe Torrillo, a 9/11 survivor who was buried alive in the World Trade Center. 

CTS – Called To Service is an award-winning band lead by Jeff Senour, a pilot-by-day and rocker-by night. From Hollywood films as an aerial film pilot, tv show host, speaker and singer/songwriter, our Renaissance man Jeff and his amazing band will inspire you live each day to the fullest and restore hope to our world. Jeff and CTS have made it their mission to inspire people of all ages to live the American dream and honor those who serve. 

Advance tickets are only $10 and are available on Eventbrite here.
Tickets also available at the door for $15. If you would like to donate a ticket, please do so at the Eventbrite site. 

Proceeds will go to Veterans First Ltd. (VFL), Military Women Across the Nation (MWAN), Women's Army Corp (WAC) and Women Veterans Programs at the 2021 Standdown.

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