Women's Veterans Event Honors Many Who Served
The women veterans who attended the event were an impressive group who served our nation and now need our support in return.
Assemblyman Ken Cooley (Left) joins Melissa Washington of Womens Vet-erans Alliance and Dave Mathis of American River Brewing in recognizing our women veterans.
Dedication to our nation was on display at a recent event held to support women veterans of the United States Armed Services. A very impressive group of women who have served our country came together at the gathering and celebration, hosted by American River Brewing Company.
The Women Veterans Alliance, created to support female veterans who have specific needs separate from male veterans, has as their mission is to impact and empower the lives of women veterans. They are the only group focused on directly impacting the quality of life of women veterans.
Attending the event on Friday, June 2nd to recognize the honorees were Congressman Ami Bera and Assemblyman Ken Cooley. Dave Mathis, co-owner of American River Brewing Company has become a big supporter of the group.
During the presentations, each of the veterans took to the microphone and announced their branch of the military and their term of service. It was truly impressive to hear each of their individual commitments, with some still engaged.
American River Bank was the major sponsor for this event. Be sure to tell them “Thank You” when you visit one of their local branches. Food was provided by Culinerdy Cruzer.
To get more information about the Women Veterans Alliance go to www.WomenVeteransAlliance.org.
“We believe strongly in supporting our veterans, and especially our women veterans. They all gave so much for us. It is time for us to stand up and do more for them” said Dave Mathis, co-owner of American River Brewing Company.
American River Brewing is located at 11151 Trade Center Drive, just off Sunrise Blvd. in Rancho Cordova.