WMMOA 2022/2023 Year
Our first luncheon of the new 2022-3 WMMOA season began like the last luncheon of last season, with a revisit of the Russia/Ukraine Conflict. CDR Gary Stubblefield and Bob Seidenschwarz returned with a detailed and wide-ranging update of the situation and all that has changed in the preceding months. To a focused audience in ‘tight quarters’ at the DoubleTree’s Atrium, Bob and Gary brought all up to speed on the changes in the fighting and the impact the battle is having on the region and the rest of the world. There were no answers, but good in formation and plausible theories on where things may go in the coming months. There were many good questions from the group and good exchanges throughout the hour-long presentation. We are fortunate to have WMMOA members like Gary with the professional knowledge and the ‘boots on the ground’ experience, along with community leaders like Bob with the global focus and experience to share with our members on these important issues. A great but sobering start to the new WMMOA Season.
Save the Date! May 22nd the return of the Annual WMMOA Banquet! 6pm with social hour starting at 5:30. Our Speaker will be UofM History Professor Mehrdad Kia presenting “Iran Past Present and Future”…Stay turned more information will follow
Our WMMOA Social Hour meetings are held on the second Friday of the month at 1830 at the Westside Bowling Lanes in Missoula. We will have ”there I was’ presentations with hors ‘d’oeuvres/light dinner for $10.
Our WMMOA Luncheon meetings are held on the 3rd Friday of the month at 1130 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Missoula. We will have formal presentations with a full lunch for $20. Please note reservations are required as there may be limited seating (50 max).
PLEASE NOTE: THE SEPTEMBER SOCIAL HOUR WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE 4TH FRIDAY FOR THIS MONTH ONLY
October 14th WMMOA Social Hour: Gary Funk Presenting: Wood for Haiti
October 21st WMMOA Luncheon: Larry Mylinchuck, Sons of the American Revolution Foundation, Presenting: American History Series: Early Historical Accounts
Please Note: Western Montana Military Officers Assoc. is open to all Active Duty, Reserve, Retired and Former members of the United States Military Services. If you have questions or wish to make a reservation please contact Cpt Charlie Olinger firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-240-6038