Save the Date! Remember, Honor, Support Memorial Breakfast Monday, September 11, 2017

Remember, Honor, Support (RHS) will be hosting a Patriot Day Memorial Breakfast at the St. Petersburg, Florida Coliseum Monday, September 11th, 2017.

Doors open at 6:45 am arrive early to meet the heroes and guest speaker, Vice Admiral Sean A. Pybus, Deputy Commander, USSOCOM (ret.)

Vice Admiral Pybus will be speaking on the story of 9/11 and the effects thereafter such as PTSD.  Vice Admiral Pybus is a career Naval Special Warfare SEAL officer with multiple Joint Special Operations duty assignments.

Proceeds benefit: Gold Shield Foundation, Stay in Step SCI Recovery Center, Warrior2Warrior

For more information or to register online click: Remember, Honor, Support

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