The Combined Arms Institute will host the LGBTQ+ Veterans & Allies Military Ball at the Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston, Texas on Friday, April 30, 6-10pm.
This is a unique opportunity for LGBTQ+ veterans, all veterans, and allies to gather, celebrate, and be recognized. Veterans are at the center of Combined Arms ongoing outreach and support work which is inclusive of all U.S. military veterans, and we are proud to host this event.
This event will honor the history of LGBTQ+ veterans and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell which required service members to be silent about their authentic lives.
The Combined Arms community, including allies, advocates, and family members are welcome to join in this celebration where LGBTQ+ veterans are recognized for their service.
Charlotte Clymer is a writer, transgender activist, communications consultant, and military veterans. She writes, "Charlotte's Web Thoughts," a blog/newsletter about politics and culture. She was most recently a political fellow at the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service, and the Director of Communications & Strategy at Catholics for Choice. Previously, Charlotte served as Press Secretary for Rapid Response at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest civil rights organization dedicated to advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) equality. Her day-to-day work involved running the organization's messaging in response to White House and federal policy.
COMING FROM OUT OF TOWN?
Combined Arms has secured a room block at the Hyatt Regency Houston for Friday & Saturday nights for $159 a night.
Purchase tickets here. You can choose to gift a ticket to a veteran as well.
Your $95 ticket is entrance into the event, dinner, dancing, beer, wine, champagne, & event signature vodka cocktail; cash bar for additional cocktails.