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Posted on: May 8th, 2017 by admin No Comments

Kindred Spirits

Posted on: November 13th, 2016 by admin No Comments

During the 2016 Veterans Day tribute, Mr. Bob Rotruck read a poem he wrote called “kindred-spirits“.  Numerous supporters asked for a copy.  Thanks, Bob.

4th Annual Poker Run

Posted on: June 11th, 2015 by admin No Comments

The Poker Run has been scheduled for August 23, 2015. It will begin at the Eagles Club located at 1300 Caprice Dr. in Castle Rock. Registration begins at 9:30 am, first bikes out at 10:15 last bikes out at 10:45.

The run will travel on rural roads for over 90 miles throughout Douglas County. At our final stop the Stagecoach live music begins at 1:30. Prizes will be awarded for the best and worst hands.  For a bit more information visit the 4th Annual Poker Run Page.

Registration cost is $20 per Rider and $10 for a passenger (must be the same bike/vehicle).  Additional hands may be purchased at time of registration for an additional $10.  The first 100 registered participants will receive a swag bag that includes a limited edition 4th annual poker run pin!

Prizes awarded for best and worst hand (must be in by 3:00 pm).

How can I register? There are a few ways you can register

1. If you would like to really speed through the registration, you can pay in advance by clicking here, and choose either single rider or couple.  Once you’ve paid then complete your Registration Form and either bring it with you or email it to  Please note there are no refunds, we ride rain or shine.  Riders that pre-register with payment will be entered into a drawing to win a $50 gift card to The Rockyard Brewery (need not be present to win).

2. You can print out the Registration Form to complete and bring it with you along with your payment the morning of the event, and yes we do accept credit cards.

3. We’ll have everything there if you want to take care of it the morning of.

We are also looking for volunteers, if you would like to help out please email

Ride safe and have fun!

A great big THANK YOU to all of our sponsors this year, we couldn’t do this without you!

This years GOLD Sponsors:

  • The Law Center
  • GJ Gardner
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  • M.R. Hauling
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Attention Veterans

Posted on: April 20th, 2015 by admin No Comments

On May 14th the Arapahoe and Douglas County Service Offices will be hosting a Town Hall meeting 7:00 – 9:00 pm at the Highlands Ranch Metro District at 62 Plaza Dr. in Highlands Ranch.

Representatives from various VA agencies for Healthcare, Compensation , Pension, Employment and the National Cemetery will be available. This is your chance to provide feedback and share your  VA experiences. This will be an open forum and an opportunity for veterans and their families to obtain information and get questions answered.

For more information call (303) 663-6200 oir (303) 738-8045 with questions, click Town Hall Meeting to download a flyer.




Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation awards its First Grant

Posted on: April 6th, 2015 by admin No Comments

Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation is pleased to announce that on March 5, 2015 the Board of Directors approved its first grant of assistance to a veteran in need who honorably served in the United States Army.

A U S Army Specialist (E4) served from August 24, 1977 to August 22, 1980 with the 76th Engineering Battalion at Fort Meade, Maryland.  He actually joined the Army before graduating from high school on the delayed entry program to learn a construction trade.  While at Fort Meade, as well as a deployment to a Naval base in Delaware, he assisted in the construction of buildings, bridges, roads, and sidewalks.  Additionally, he and his fellow team members built a multi-purpose sports court, all for the use of fellow military personnel.  He also participated in military maneuvers training in woods of nearby Pennsylvania to improve the combat skills of the unit.

This US Army Specialist states that the Army taught him discipline, teamwork and responsibility.  It must have instilled a strong sense of patriotism in him for life as well, as he concluded email remarks about his service with:  “To this day I would go to war for my Country if I was ever called to serve”.