SOURCE: Warrior Brotherhood

Warrior Brotherhood

June 11, 2015 17:29 ET

Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Group to Convene in Canton, MD for Warriors on The Water Fundraiser

National Support Group to Gather in Show of Solidarity, Advocating Better Support for Friends and Family of American Patriots Who Served the Nation

BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwired - Jun 11, 2015) - The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club (VMC) today announced that it will host the fourth annual "Warriors on the Water" fundraiser at the Anchorage Marina in Canton, MD.

WHAT: Warriors on the Water

WHO: Warrior Brotherhood

WHERE: Anchorage Marina, "C" Pier

WHEN: June 13, 2015 (3:00 PM ET)

With numerous Chapters, the Warrior Brotherhood is among the most active veterans groups and boasts an expansive membership across the United States as well as in four allied nations.

Longtime member and Warrior Brotherhood Executive, Weldon Riker, noted that, "What separates the Warrior Brotherhood is that among many things we provide is a far-reaching social network that ushers comradery, solutions, assistance and a path to a real future for a veteran-in-need. We work to keep veterans and their families connected and healthy. We literally reach out and directly usher aid to veterans who are lost and out of reach, which unfortunately characterizes far too many of our brothers and sisters from many military services. We do not care if the need is service connected.

"Your charitable donation is tax deductible and comes with a promise and commitment that every penny raised will go directly to those honorably discharged veterans in need. So, please join for this fundraiser on 'C' pier, in the marina, June 13th, and help us assist these honorable men and women who have fought so bravely and sacrificed so much for our Country."

This year's event also features a "wine tasting event" hosted by a gold level wine Sommelier as a part of the activities. The wine event is limited to 25 people, and costs $30.00 per person. Please contact Mary Luther to purchase a ticket.

For additional information, or to RSVP, please contact Weldon Riker, B pier: 520-312-0042.

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Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club, (WBVMC) formed in 2000, reaches veterans locally in a personal way through its many chapters in rural communities, towns, and cities throughout this nation, and four allied countries. WBVMC, an organization of active duty and honorably discharged veterans, serves to keep veterans and their families connected and healthy by providing a social network and assistance to a future path when in need. The club literally reaches out and directly ushers aid to veterans out of reach of many service organizations. We stay with them until a durable solution is met, then provide a lifelong fellowship. We host and hold events to enlist those that share our values and commitment of honoring the men and women that donned a military uniform, and swore allegiance to defend democracy and the American way of life.

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