Honoring the Legacy of Veterans, Past and Future

May 18, 2024 Date Image


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What is Remember?

“Remember: Honoring the Legacy of Veterans, Past and Future” is our annual supper that FSO will host to raise awareness for Veteran programs in our area, including, but not limited to, our programs. This year, we will focus on raising awareness for and its initiatives to support veterans and their families. By bringing the community together, “Remember” aims to foster a deeper understanding of the sacrifices made by veterans and the ongoing challenges they face.

When is Remember? Where?

Remember is Saturday, May 18, 2024, with dinner starting at 1700 hours (5 p.m.). It will be hosted at the Northern Indiana Event Center, 21565 Executive Parkway, Elkhart, Indiana 46514

You can get tickets in person or online. All of our board members will have tickts as well, so if you see them out. Other Places to get tickets are: 



21565 Executive Pkwy
Elkhart, IN 46514




May 18, 2023


17:00 (5pm)


What does need for a brick-and-mortar facility? needs a brick-and-mortar facility to house all of its activities, from the martial arts program to resume and career-building classes and a place for nonassociated Veterans to hang out and find camaraderie.

Remember? Remember What?

Often, the Veterans Administration’s mission is overlooked, making it difficult for returning Veterans. Veterans often feel overlooked, and what they did is not memorable – we want to remember them, their sacrifice, and what they did for our great country!

What is for dinner?

2024’s Supper is yet to be determined.

Want to become a sponsor?

Email Sarah Holmes at We look forward to talking with you about sponsorships, or click the button below! 


2024’s Speaker

Captain Chad Fleming, Retired US Army

Four of us from the board went to the Team Never Quit event at the Michiana Event Center that featured The Lone Survivor, Marcus Luttrell. The Navy Seal that survived Operation Red Wings as the lone survivor, portrayed by Mark Wahlberg. However, something happened during that event, and four of us heard another story that encouraged, inspired, and completely engaged us. That was the story of the United States Army Special Forces Operator Captain Chad Fleming, the first amputee to return to combat after losing a limb! 

CPT Fleming is our 2024 Remember Speaker!


Want to be a part of the event and help out? Great! We love having people help out with our event and showing support for something that they love!


Everything counts and we are very frugal with’s funds. Everything we use the funds for is to help out our local Veterans!

LEARN MORE is a nationally recognized 501(c)3 and we have worked with several different organizations over the year!  Learn more about us!


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