Fort Collins Marine Corps Ball [PHOTOS, INTERVIEW]
The time is rapidly approaching…the time when we celebrate the finest military force freedom has ever known. Since 1775, the Marines have been inspiring awe in those on their side and terror in those not on their side, and the 236th Marine Corps Ball hosted by the Loveland Marine Corps League encourages all, civilian and serviceperson alike, to raise a glass to the United States Marine Corps. This year’s celebration will be at the Marriot on November 5, and invitations are available now. The pomp and ceremony will not be spared, as is tradition, so this is a chance to get a glimpse of what it
really means to be proud.
Joe Novak called to enlist my help in letting people know that invitations are available on their website now, and to educate soft handed civilians like myself on what it means to celebrate the Marine Corps Ball.
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2011
Place: Marriott, 350 East Horsetooth Road, Fort Collins
Time: 1700 (5:00 PM) – 2300 (11:00 PM). Ceremony begins at 1800 (6:00) PM sharp.
Dress: Uniform, formal or semi-formal. (No jeans!)
The Ball will include a formal Marine Corps Ceremony, Dinner and Dancing.
Invitation information can be found on the Loveland Marine Corps League WEB Site,
www.mcl-loveland-1250.com or call 970-214-5260
If you have any questions please call me at 970-461-5958 or Solomon Martinez, Commandant, Loveland marine Corps League, at 970-214-5260