Chris Janson will headline a free concert for the Help Hospitalized Veterans (HHV) organization at the Mabee Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Friday (Jan. 22).
Area veterans, military service members and their families are invited to attend the event, also open to the public. It is presented in partnership with AMVETS, the Department of Defense Vietnam War Commemoration, Soldier’s Wish and Tulsa’s Coffee Bunker.
A national, nonprofit organization, HHV was founded to provide therapeutic arts and crafts to America’s veterans and active duty military. In 2009, HHV expanded its mission to include a concert series to not only entertain, but to educate Americans about the contributions of war veterans and the military.
“Our goal is to offer therapeutic assistance to our nation’s veterans and military, to improve emotional health and ease the transition to civilian life,” said HHV’s Chairman of the Board, John (Jack) M. Meagher, Judge (Retired), a Vietnam War veteran. “At our concerts, we are able to educate the public about the tremendous sacrifices these individuals made. We look forward to hosting another big night to honor the brave men and women who risked their lives for our freedom. Every concert in this series is an experience to witness.”
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