Military Kids Appreciation Day
April is designated as the Month of the Military Child, underscoring the important role military children play in the armed forces community. Sponsored by the Department of Defense Military Community and Family Policy, the Month of the Military Child is a time to applaud military families and their children for the daily sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome.
Join us as we say thank you to military kids for their strength and sacrifices. Every day they are asked to make sacrifices most kids are not asked to. They are asked to share not only their parents with their parent's job, but also to share them with their country. The majority of time we thank the service member and in some cases the spouse, but the children are left without a thank you. This event is meant to say THANK YOU! We will be giving each child a Kits 4 Kids Box.
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic we will be postponing this event and doing something else instead to not only say thank you to military kids, but to also help them cope during this time.
CB2TB: Presents Knock Out
CB2TB first ever Knock Out Competition is a chance for chef's of all backgrounds to determine if they have what it takes to knock out the competition and prove they are the best of the best.
There will be three rounds; appetizer, main course, and dessert, and after each round our panel of guest judges will determine who advances and who has been knocked out.
All proceeds will go to CB2TB's Rainy Day Fund, which is designed to provide assistance to current and former military members, as well as the spouses and children's of military members and veterans who have passed away.
In light of the current Coronavirus pandemic we will be postponing this event until the current situation changes. However, we will still be doing this to support those who serve, those who have served, and their families.
To Support Military Members, Veterans, and Spouses
CB2TB proudly presents: its First Forum to Support Military Members, Veterans, and Their Families. This forum will provide a place for them to ask questions and learn from a panel of former and current service members, as well as local government officials, business owners and leaders, and law enforcement. CB2TB understands transition is hard and sometimes service members and their families do not know what questions to ask, so we decided to put together a panel of leaders who can provide information to those questions, as well as the ones they can think of.
In light of the current Coronavirus pandemic we will be postponing this event, until it is safer for us to do it.