Hangar party helps heroes

Posted: March 8, 2018 at 1 a.m.

FILE PHOTO/FLIP PUTTHOFF Justin Vandevort, manager of Heritage Indian Motorcycle of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers, plays with Harry, a service dog in training to assist area veterans. Vandevort trains dogs for Soldier On Service Dogs in Fayetteville and brings Harry to the shop each day to get the dog used to being around people and learn commands. Harry will go on to more advanced training before being adopted by an area veteran. "Hero Tales Hangar Party: Red, White and Blue Jeans" on Saturday will benefit Soldier On Service Dogs.

"Hero Tales Hangar Party: Red, White and Blue Jeans" on Saturday at the Arkansas Air & Military Museum in Fayetteville will help provide service dogs for area veterans. The western-theme benefit will include dinner, drinks, dancing, live and silent auctions and a performance by Barrett Baber. General admission tickets are $75 and VIP tickets for $125 that include a pre-event party with Baber.

Hero Tales Hangar Party: Red, White and Blue Jeans

Who: Soldier on Service Dogs

What: Barrett Baber, dinner, dancing, drinks, auctions

When: 6 p.m. Saturday

Where: Arkansas Air & Military Museum, Fayetteville

Tickets: $75 general admission or $125 for VIP

Attire: Western

Information: (479) 521-9301

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