• Meet Your Army 2017

Come out and learn more about our partner, Horses & Heroes, and support both our organizational programs that help transitioning military!


  • meet some of the horses and people of Horses & Heroes who deliver a unique program that helps first responders and military personnel having challenges reintegrating after service
  • learn about KC AUSA’s new Young Professionals Transition Course; we launch the pilot course in Fall 2017
  • Site-visit will be a walking tour. Wear shoes suitable for walking around a farm and pastures.
        ** those bringing children, please be aware there are large and mini-horses, an unfenced pond, and open spaces.
  • Food (i.e. chips, hot dogs, chili) and water is provided. BYOB or other drinks, as you wish.
  • 100% of proceeds will be donated 50% each to H&H and KC AUSA to support their programs for transitioning military
    $10 / person
    $30 / groups larger than 2 (bring your family or guests)

When 19 OCT 2017
4:30PM to 6:30PM
Where Horses & Heroes Ranch
6715 Mize Rd, Shawnee, KS
Cost $10 / Single
$20/Couple
$30/Family-Group

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