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Major General York’s Retirement Events: 25-26 August 2017
In conjunction with my retirement ceremony from the Army Reserves I would like to invite you all to attend the following events in conjunction with my retirement. The following is the schedule of events for 25-26 August:
25 August – 11:00am – Retirement Ceremony at Peterson AFB, CO (Separate invite)
25 August – 2:00-5:00pm – Leadership Symposium at Glenn Eyrie Castle, 3820 N 30th St Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (click here for directions) and will feature the following key speakers and topics:
TK Moffett – “Leadership Lessons from a General and Judge”
Dave Mead – “Finding your Strengths”
Dan York - "The Strong Leader's Hand/The Weak Leader's Fist"
Greg Hiebert - “Leadership Grace: Ensuring a Legacy of Service, Character and Impact”
Ray Woolridge – “Eat your Dessert First: Resilience lessons from the Army & Cancer”
Eldon Regua – “Good name = Good Reputation”
25 August – 6:00pm - Social hour & retirement dinner starts at 7:00pm at Glenn Eyrie Castle.
26 August - 11am - Colorado Fun Day - Come enjoy the Mountain scenery and one of our VetREST partner organizations Dawn of Hope, 178 Palmer Drive Florissant, CO 80616: (Click Here for Directions).
- Dawn of Hope has Horse back riding, fishing, hiking, pool tables and much more.
- The day will also include a PigRoast.
The costs for the weekend are:
$35 for the dinner and symposium
$15 for Saturdays Colorado fun day and PigRoast.
Additionally, upon registering for events you will be able to select a hotel, where we have blocked rooms with a special rate, for the weekend. Katherine Snyder, CO Chapter Director for VetREST, will make all the hotel arrangements based on the hotel you choose. She will send out confirmation and directions to each hotel NLT a week prior to your arrival.
We would be glad to answer any questions you may have and provide necessary clarifications where needed. Please contact Katherine Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns.
Major General, USA
VetREST and Strength as One Founder