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No one can fully understand the sacrifices made by the men and women of the Armed Forces to protect and defend our country. We need to remember, honor and recognize their continued sacrifice and patriotism and promote these virtues in the hearts and minds of younger generations. With that goal in mind, I am hosting the 4th annual "Patriots of the Past, Present, and Future" Recognition Ceremony & Dinner at the incredible March Field Air Museum located in Riverside.
The evening will start at 5:00 pm with check-in, pictures, cocktails & appetizers. The Ceremony and Dinner will begin promptly at 6pm with live musical entertainment provided by the Swing Dames and California Baptist University Men's Choral Group. During the awards ceremony we will recognize 45 finalists for the Patriots of the Past, Present, and Future awards and one Patriot of the Year.
FREE tickets are available to the first 100 military personnel (veterans, active duty, national guard, and reservists) to register. General Admission tickets will be available on February 1st for $40 and can be purchased online at Eventbrite. All ticket proceeds go to enable all veterans to attend the event for free.
I hope you will join me for a amazing night as we honor those that most deserve our respect and admiration.
Senator, 23rd District
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Senator Mike Morrell, 23rd District
Senator Mike Morrell was elected to the California State Senate in March 2014 after serving three years in the State Assembly. Morrell recognizes that the right to private property, free enterprise and government by consent are central tenets to our continued prosperity. Having been a small business owner for more than 25 years, Morrell is committed to eliminating unnecessary regulation, growing the economy, and restoring fiscal responsibility.
Active in the community, Morrell has consistently lent his time and talents to local organizations. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Building Industry Association, Rancho Cucamonga YMCA, and the Gary Anderson School of Business at UC Riverside. He was also a key member of the Inland Empire Economic Partnership and the Legislative Committee for the Citrus Valley Association of Realtors. Morrell co-founded the Inland Empire Prayer Breakfast, has contributed to Inland Empire leadership for the City of Hope, and acts on the Advisory Board to the Pacific Justice Institute.
Morrell is a graduate of Damien High School in La Verne and earned his B.A. in Business at the University of La Verne. He and his wife Joanie live in Rancho Cucamonga and have three adult children.